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Agreeing and Disagreeing

Agreeing and Disagreeing

Total: 19 words

You're right.

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used to express agreement with what has been said

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I agree with you completely. / I agree with you 100%.

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used to emphasize that you have the same opinion as the person being spoken to

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I couldn't agree with you more.

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said when one is in complete agreement with someone

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My thoughts exactly.

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said when one is in agreement with someone

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You hit the nail on the head.

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used to express that what is said is completely correct or true

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You took the words right out of my mouth.

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said when a person has just shared something you were about to say or were just thinking

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I couldn't have said it better myself.

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used to agree with what has been said, especially if it was worded skillfully

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You can say that again.

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an informal way of saying that you agree with what has just been said

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That’s for sure.

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an informal way of emphasizing your agreement with something

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You're telling me.

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said when you already know or agree with what has just been said

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I don't think so.

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said when you are not sure about the accuracy or probability of something

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That’s not true.

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used to say that something is false or incorrect

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I completely disagree.

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used to emphasize that you have a different opinion

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I'm not so sure about that.

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used to express uncertainty about a certain claim or opinion

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I beg to differ.

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said when you want to politely disagree with what someone has said

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I don't see it that way (at all).

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said when completely disagreeing with someone

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I don't share your opinion. / I don't share the same opinion.

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said when you don't hold the same view as the person being spoken to

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That’s easy for you to say.

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said to someone who can easily say something because they are not affected in the same way that others are affected

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You are way off base.

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said to someone who is incorrect or misinformed

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