How To Agree With Others In English?

In your daily conversation a situation may arise when you need to tell others that you agree with their suggestions or proposals. There are several expressions used for this purpose and it depends on how strongly you agree with others.

Below are some of the common expressions used in such situations:

1. Simple Agreeing

a. I agree with you…….
b. I think you are right…….
c. Can’t say I don’t agree with you…..
d. I’m with you on this…..

2. Partially Agreeing

a. I agree with you but….
b. I can’t fully agree with you…..
c. I agree with you up to a point, but….
d. I agree with you in principle, but…..

3. Fully Agreeing

a. You’re absolutely right.
b. I totally agree with you.
c. I fully second you….
d. I fully agree with your proposal…..

Sample Dialogue 1

A: I think we need to advertise more to increase our sales.
B: Yes, I agree with you, we need to increase our advertising budget. When more people will know about our products we’ll be able to get more profits.
A: You are absolutely right, for this we need to chalk out a new advertising plan.
B: I fully agree with your proposal, please bring the old advertising plan so that we can see its weak point.

Sample Dialogue 2

A: I think we should use our own car for going to Murree instead of using public transport.
B: I agree with you but our car is to old for this journey.
A: Shall we ask uncle Asad to give us his car for two days, so that we can travel comfortably?
B: I agree with you but I don’t think so that he’ll be able to spare his car for two days.

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