Live worksheets > English > English as a Second Language (ESL) > Agreement and Rejection > How to agree or disagree? We may have to express our consent or refusal of an individual`s action or attitude. So, it`s better to do it well! Expressing disagreements is always considered honest and sometimes courageous. You can also agree, but with reservation, especially if there is a doubt or the feeling of not being able to fully accept something. TO AGREE WITH SOMEONE. If you see a message asking for permission to access the microphone, please allow it. Close What do you want to do? Check my answers Email my answers to my teacher – I totally agree with you. There are also many derived and similar expressions: yes, I know. Here is a whole series of expressions to remember. But if you look at them more closely, many are quite similar and express only small details or nuances. If you get used to the use, you`ll learn which one to use, depending on who you`re chatting with and what language (or recording) you need to use. Finally, it becomes very simple.
This is only partially true. I can only agree with reservations. – It sounds obvious, but. – This is not necessarily the case. – It`s not as simple as it sounds. – I agree with your principle, in part, but. – You may be right. – It sounds obvious, but. – In certain circumstances.
I don`t think there are many other constructs where learners make such frequent mistakes. or always the same type of errors as for this verb! I) As you express your agreement: I agree with you! – I don`t agree with you. – I`m sorry, but I don`t agree with you. – I don`t agree with you. – The problem is that. – I doubt (very) if (= if). – This is quite contradictory. – With all due respect,. . . .