So do we all agree?

Today’s blog is going to help you learn some English words and phrases when coming to an agreement (or disagreement!). You can familiarise yourself with some phrases below and then see if you can put them into each of their categories as stated and then test yourself by filling in the gaps in our quiz!

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Useful phrases

I completely agree.

I’m sorry. I can’t agree with you.

I reckon John has made a good point.

Yes, I’d go along with that.

I understand your point of view, but…

I disagree.

Well, yes and no.

I think we need to agree to disagree.

That’s not how I see it.

So, we’re all in agreement then?

Now, decide which of the useful phrases are for agreeing, disagreeing, partly agreeing or reaching an agreement.

Answers

I completely agree. – AGREEING

I’m sorry. I can’t agree with you. – DISAGREEING

I reckon John has made a good point. – AGREEING

Yes, I’d go along with that. – AGREEING

I understand your point of view, but… – PARTLY AGREEING  

I disagree. – DISAGREEING

Well, yes and no. – PARTLY AGREEING

I think we need to agree to disagree. – REACHING AGREEMENT

That’s not how I see it. - DISAGREEING

So, we’re all in agreement then? – REACHING AGREEMENT 



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