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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #73706: Express disagreement
    > Other English exercises on the same topic: Agreement/Disagreement:Both, so do I, neither do I [Change theme]
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    Express disagreement

    Say you don't agree:


    'I like chocolate. What about you?'

    I do not

    Do not use any contraction.

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    1. 'Look at this girl ! She is fond of chocolate ! What about you?' .

    2. 'I'd like to go to the swimming pool. What about you?' .

    3. 'When I am 25, I'll work in an hospital. What about you?' .

    4. 'That girl is very tall. What about you?' .

    5. 'I have never been to Paris before this day. What about you?' .

    6. 'Look at him ! He's running ! I don't like running. What about you?' .

    7. 'I can swim in the sea. What about you?' .

    8. 'I can't do much sport. What about you ? .

    9. 'Yesterday, I was in my bedroom at 18.00. What about you?' .

    10. 'I didn't do my homework yesterday. What about you ?'

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