- Learn how to Express agreement and disagreement
Definitely! For sure! Sure enough! Unquestionably! Precisely!
“I completely agree,” or “You’re totally right.”
I share your view.
I think so.
I really think so.
He is quite right / absolutely right .
I have no objection.
I approve of it.
I have come to the same conclusion
I hold the same opinion.
We are of one mind.
I am at one with him on that point.
It is true.
That is right.
That’s just it !
Fair enough !
Quite so !
Just so !
Say “I’m afraid. . .” For example, you could say “I’m afraid I don’t agree with you,” or “I’m afraid I can’t agree.” If you do not agree with anything the other person has said, you can say, “I am afraid I completely disagree with you.”
Use adverbs+not “absolutely not!”
Notice that when you disagree with someone in English, you need to give a reason why you disagree. It is not enough to simply state that you think the other person is wrong and leave it at that. Explain your thoughts and opinions fully.
I don’t agree.
I don’t think so.
You are wrong / he is wrong.
I think otherwise.
I don’t think that’s quite right.
I don’t agree with you/him.
I don’t agree with what you say.
I am afraid that is not quite true.
I take a different view.
I don’t share his/her/your view.
This argument does not hold water.
Not at all!
He’s off his head !(il a perdu la tête)