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EXPRESSING AGREEMENT & DISAGREEMENT

 

AGREEING AND DISAGREEING FOR AN OPINION
Agreeing Disagreeing
  • Yes, I agree with John.
  • Yes, I think that’s a good point.
  • I’ll go along with that.
  • I agree…
  • I am with you…
  • I think so…
  • It certainly is…
  • That is what I was thinking.
  • I am of the same opinion
  • I’m sorry, but I can’t agree with John.
  • I think you may have missed the point there…
  • I disagree…
  • I am not with you…
  • I can’t be along with you
  • I wouldn’t say that…
  • I don’t think so….

Dialog Example

Mr. Zoe   : What do you think of my new house?
Shane     : It is beautiful. I think. Oh you have many novels in your new house.
Mr. Zoe   : Yeah, some. I like Andrea Hirata’s novels.
Shane     : How do you feel about Andrea Hirata’s novels ?
Mr. Zoe   : I feel they are great novels.
Shane     :  Yes, you are right. I think it is going to rain.
Mr. Zoe   : I don’t think so. Look outside at the sky! It’s so clear. No clouds there.
Shane     : But I watched the weather forecast yesterday. It said that today is going to rain. OK Mr. Zoe see you.

Note

  • Informal Expressions are used in a situation where you are talking between friends or close friends. The expressions usually respond to something that you discuss in an informal situation.
  • Formal Expressions are used in a situation where you are talking in a formal situation, such as in the office or school between the teacher and students.
 

One response to “EXPRESSING AGREEMENT & DISAGREEMENT

  1. Eko

    January 13, 2013 at 12:43 PM

    thanks for your blog/English lesson , it helps English teacher to get more materials to teach student

     

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