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Lesson summary:

Episode: 4

Today our lessons looks at "Discuss both views and give your opinion." This lesson has two parts. Go to episode 5 to watch the remaining part of this lesson. 

Important information:


  • Writing must only be submitted by email with your student ID Number to

  • Students should download the recommended books.

Essential Points

When discussing two views and giving an opinion in an essay, you would typically use a range of grammatical structures to convey your ideas clearly and cohesively. Here are five grammar structures that are suitable for this purpose:

  1. Conditional Sentences (Type 2) for Hypothetical Situations (ประโยคเงื่อนไข (ประเภท 2) สำหรับสถานการณ์ทางคาถา):

    • If people were more aware of the consequences of their actions, they might be more inclined to adopt sustainable practices.

  2. Modal Verbs to Express Probability and Certainty (กริยาต Auxiliary เพื่อแสดงความน่าจะเป็นและความมั่นใจ):

    • Consumers should consider the environmental impact of their choices, and this could significantly contribute to positive change.

  3. Comparative and Superlative Adjectives for Emphasis (คำคุณศัพท์ที่เปรียบเทียบและเติม (Comparative and Superlative Adjectives) สำหรับการเน้น):

    • The environmental benefits of renewable energy sources are more significant than those of traditional fossil fuels.

  4. Causative Verbs for Indirect Action (กริยาเติมในทำนองของการกระทำอ้อม (Causative Verbs) สำหรับการกระทำที่ไม่ตรง):

    • Government policies can influence public behavior and encourage individuals to make eco-friendly choices.

  5. Balanced Sentence Structure for Equally Weighted Ideas (โครงสร้างประโยคที่มีน้ำหนักเท่ากัน (Balanced Sentence Structure) สำหรับไอเดียที่มีน้ำหนักเท่ากัน):

    • While some argue for the economic benefits of industrial growth, others contend that environmental preservation should take precedence.

Try this exercise!

Complete the same activity using the same grammar and similar terminology to create a response for this activity. Then, submit your written response to your teacher by email at with your Student ID Number.

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