Okay, our next expression: "I would argue that..." so again, we have "that", no comma.
好了，我们的下一个短语是"I would argue that..."，同样的，这里有"that"，所以不加逗号。
"I would argue that the death penalty is not a good form of punishment."
"I would argue that the death penalty is not a good form of punishment."（我认为死刑不是一种好的惩罚形式。）
Often times, the TOEFL may ask you if you agree or disagree with the death penalty.
You could use: "I would argue that the death penalty is the best way to deal with criminals."
你们可以说："I would argue that the death penalty is the best way to deal with criminals."（我认为死刑是对付罪犯最好的方式。）
So it all depends on your opinion, but you can either agree or disagree with this statement.
Another way to say "I think...": "From my point of view," or "From my perspective," Okay?
另一种说"I think..."的方式是"From my point of view,"或者"From my perspective,"。
Notice we have a comma for both of these.
"From my point of view," okay, so now I'm not going to use an IELTS or TOEFL example, I'm going to use a superhero example.
"From my point of view," 怎么用呢，现在我不用雅思或托福考试的例子了，我要用一个超级英雄的例子。
"From my point of view, Cyclops is a horrible superhero."
"From my point of view, Cyclops is a horrible superhero."（在我看来，独眼巨人是个可怕的超级英雄。）
So again, just for anyone who likes to argue, this is a good one to use.
The last one is a very high formal way of saying your opinion: "I am inclined to believe that..."
最后一个短语是个表达观点非常正式的用法："I am inclined to believe that..."。
So you wouldn't use this with your friends,
if you have an argument with your friends, maybe you're talking about the best place to live in the world or the best place to travel to,
if you said: "I'm inclined to believe that France is a great place to visit." your friends would find your language too formal.
如果你说"I'm inclined to believe that France is a great place to visit."（本人窃以为前往法国旅行甚好。）你的朋友会觉得你的措辞太正式了。
But you can use this in writing, in formal writing, if you're writing the TOEFL or the IELTS, you can use this expression.
And again, at the end we have "that", we don't have a comma. Okay?
So be aware that if you use any of these expressions with "that",
when you write them you do not need a comma, whereas for the other ones that don't have "that",
use a comma and then write if you agree, or disagree, or what you think.