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I AGREE WITH YOU/ I DISAGREE WITH YOU / HOW TO SAY IN DIFFERENT WAYS

 

HOW TO EXPRESS YOUR OPINION 

 

I AGREE WITH YOU 

  

I DISAGREE WITH YOU

 

IN DIFFERENT WAYS

HOW TO SAY – PART 3

When a motion is moved during a meeting, you must express your opinion before making an important decision: you often agree or disagree with the proposal.

 

 So in today’s session , let’s look at different ways to say-

 

 “I agree with you”  to express when you  share the same views.

 “I disagree with you” – to express when you don’t share the same views.

 I AGREE WITH YOU

  •  You’re right.
  • You’re correct.
  • I concur with you.
  • You’re right about that.
  • You’re right if you ask me.
  • I don’t think you’re wrong.
  • I guess you’re right.
  • It seems to me you’re right.
  • I believe you’re correct.
  • I share your opinion.
  • I hold the same opinion.
  • You have a point there.
  • You’re right about that.
  • You’re right about that.
  • You are correct about that.
  • I think you’re right.
  • That makes sense.
  •  That’s a really good point.
  •  I’d go along with your idea.
  •  I see it that way too.
  •  I share your opinion.
  •  I hold the same opinion.
  •  My position is the same as yours.

I DISAGREE WITH YOU. I’M SORRY.

  • I disagree. I apologize.
  • I don’t agree. I apologize.
  • I’m not in agreement with you.
  • I have to disagree.
  • I don’t think so.
  • I would beg to differ. I apologize.
  • I take exception to that.
  • I don’t think ,it makes any sense.

Published by Buds of Wisdom

I am Meena Kumari, PGT(English)+ B.ed. Teaching is my passion. Love to guide students in Grammar Learning and build up their writing skills.

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