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Agreeing and Disagreeing in English

Agreeing and Disagreeing in English
This page is about words and phrases that we use when we agree or disagree with someone in English. Stating an opinion In my opinion...The way I see it...If you want my honest opinion....According to Lisa...As far as I'm concerned...If you ask me... Asking for an opinon What's your idea?What are your thoughts on all of this? Expressing agreement I agree with you 100 percent.I couldn't agree with you more.That's so true.That's for sure. Expressing disagreement I don't think so. Interruptions Can I add something here? Settling an argument Let's just move on, shall we?

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