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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #107692: Agree or Disagree
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    Agree or Disagree

    To AGREE and to DISAGREE (opposed to ‘agree'):


    are used either  alone or followed by   'with' , 'about', or a subordinate clause.

    I agree with you.

    I really agree about what he was suggesting...

    They agreed that it was a mistake.



    a) AGREE and DISAGREE are not built  with an –ing form.

    We didn't agree with him, we don't agree now, and we will never agree...


    b) To AGREE may be  followed by an infinitive clause;

    then, it has the meaning of  'to accept to' = to agree to = to consent;

    with that meaning, in the negative form, we use = 'don't let  + verb'

    I agree to sign this petition...

    They agreed to let their children do what they wanted.

    He agreed to see me  (willpower to act/ to accept to)  

    I won't let him see me now ! I have no time to waste...


    : B E W A R E  :

    The interrogative et negative forms use the DO/DOES  auxiliary 

      PLEASE, NOT BE -

    No error, a very frequent one... can irritate me  more than this one...  

    - Do you agree with me ?

    I don't agree with you when you say that she's stupid...

    -  I disagree with this suggestion.




    * Beware ! Here 'agreeing' isn't an -ing  form, but a gerund = 'the fact of agreeing'.


    Good luck for the test! 

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    1) I think the teacher to admit he has cheated. It's too humiliating for him.

    2) coming here by ourselves was a mistake ? Of course, I ! We should never have done it!

    3) After being quite reluctant, my father me his car but I will have to drive carefully.

    4) She you about what should be done... She discusses everything and everybody!

    5) You have to choose! Say it clearly : him or with me?

    6) more with you : all that you're saying here is wrong.

    7) He totally you: he thinks she will succeed quite easily.

    8) You giving such an expensive present!

    9) Everybody such a declaration ! It's pure common sense!

    10) 'Mom, let me go out tomorrow night?'

    11)'You must be kidding, girl! You know that let you go out on a week day! '

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