Expressions used in Everyday Spoken English in Social and Professional contexts
put in my/your two cents
put in my two cents
1) add one's opinion/advice/thoughts to a subject or situation
How to MemorizePopularity HighProfessional HighSocial
want me to put in my two cents?
To 'put my two cents in' and the shorter 'my two cents' is an American medium usually said before or after giving your opinion or view on something. "If I can put my two cents in, that approach didn't work very well last time." This is an informal expression but you can hear it used in social and professional contexts.
Social Examples (Basic)
You can put in your two centsbut I can't promise I will listen.
No one asked but I'm going to put in my two centsanyway so pay attention.
Professional Examples (Basic)
If I can put in my two cents here, I think what you are suggesting is a terrible idea.
Let's go around the table so everyone can put in their two cents.
EnglishLogica® 2019. The content of this website is the intellectual property of Yashmi Consulting Ltd., and is intended for educational purposes only. This content is not to be used for commercial purposes without express permission from its copyright owners. Reproduction or embedding of this content on any media or platform will constitute copyright infringement.