Strong Agreement

In English conversations, people often say they agree or disagree. There are many ways to accept or not to accept, and the ones you use depend on the extent to which you agree or disagree. Here is a list of some common expressions. “In both the House of Lords and the House of Commons, there has been a consensus that this is a sensitive and complex subject and that broad consultation is needed before legislation can be implemented.” In the three countries studied, there is strong convergence to subject refugees to appropriate security screening, regardless of their circumstances, with 83% of Americans, 80% of Canadians and 86% of Britons saying this should be the case. David Cameron said there was a “strong convergence” between the UK and three of its key allies in Europe on what the EU needs to do to change. Respondents strongly agreed that the main trade barriers are related to rising costs, taxation and regulation, as well as unfair competition. There was a strong agreement between the relative probabilities of moose appearing in each pasture, derived from RSF (Resource Selection Function) models developed using farmer interviews and data on moose collar bands. This is because there is a strong convergence between our parties on so many progressive issues. If you disagree with someone in English, you can often look more polite by adding a sentence like “I`m scared..” or “I`m sorry, but..” “I think we`ll have to agree to disagree.” (There`s nothing else you can agree on, other than the fact that you disagree!) Not really. Usually, we say “I agree with you” or “I don`t agree with you”. But you can also say, “I couldn`t agree with you anymore” (= I agree 100% with you) or “I couldn`t agree less with you” (= I don`t agree with you at all). Результатов: 29.

Точных совпадений: 29. Затраченное время: 56 мс Индекс слова: 1-300, 301-600, 601-900, Больше Переводите текст из любого приложения или веб-сайта одним щелчком мыши “Yes, but…” (Probably, the most common way to disagree is to say that you agree by saying “yes,” but then something else with “but…” ” say.) Today I see someone writing, “I agree with you.” I feel like it`s wrong. But it can be an urban style. I don`t know. 😉 Thanks for your article, I have a question regarding the use of less/more agreement. Is it fair to use less agreement or more agreement in English?. . .

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