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Difference between from somebody's point of view and in somebody's opinion
The expression point of view is used to talk about how somebody is affected by what happens.
When you say ‘from his point of view’ what you mean is more like ‘from his position in life’. Note that ‘from somebody’s point of view’ does not mean the same as ‘in somebody’s view / opinion’.
In my opinion / according to me
We do not give our own opinions with according to. Instead, we use in my opinion.
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