Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Agree"

The meaning of "Agree" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does agreeing mean?
A: "Agree" significa "estar de acuerdo".
Ejemplos:
I agree with you. (Estoy de acuerdo contigo.)
They are agreeing. (Ellos están de acuerdo.)
She agrees that you are a good student. (Ella está de acuerdo en que tú eres una estudiante buena.)
Q: What does agree mean?
A: Estar de acuerdo
Q: What does I agree to disagree mean?
A: Estoy de acuerdo en estar en desacuerdo. Ejemplo:
We agree to disagree/ Estamos de acuerdo en que no estamos de acuerdo
Q: What does I couldn't agree more. mean?
A: it means that the person agrees 100% without a doubt
Q: What does agree mean?
A: To agree means you share the same opinion/view as someone else about something

Example sentences using "Agree"

Q: Please show me example sentences with I generally agree..
A: I generally agree with your opinion!
I generally agree that it’s good!
I generally agree with you
I generally agree that guitars are better than pianos.

Or, if you’re confused, you can simply say ‘I agree’.
Q: Please show me example sentences with to agree, to arrange & to stipulate.
A: I agree with you, I have to arrange this in ascending order, you stipulate certain conditions
Q: Please show me example sentences with agree.
A: I agree with you 100 percent.
I couldn't agree with you more.
That's so true.
That's for sure.
(slang) Tell me about it!
You're absolutely right.
Absolutely.
That's exactly how I feel.
Exactly.
I'm afraid I agree with James.
I have to side with Dad on this one.
No doubt about it.
(agree with negative statement) Me neither.
(weak) I suppose so./I guess so.
You have a point there.
I was just going to say that.
Q: Please show me example sentences with I agree with.
A: Not exactly. I think you mean, "I agree with your idea that we should use mobile phones while on a train."

Synonyms of "Agree" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between agree with and assent to ?
A: I always have thought of "assent" as more reluctant, like you have had to be persuaded, while agreeing with someone is something you do by yourself. Agree could also mean to have the same point of view.
Agree could probably be correctly used in place of assent (it would depend on the message the person speaking/writing wanted to convey), but assent cannot always be used in place of agree.

"After a few compromises and an argument, they eventually assented/agreed to the new terms of the contract."

"I think blue is the best color." "I agree." (Cannot replace agree with assent here).
Q: What is the difference between agree and favor ?
A: Agree means to have the same opinion about something.
Favor (as a verb) means to show preference for something.
Example: "I agree that I've been antisocial lately, and I'm sorry about that."
"Would you favor beef or chicken with your meal?"
Q: What is the difference between agree to and agree with ?
A: I agree to help you.

I agree with your statement.

So pretty much agree to means you are going to do something where as agree with means you align yourself with something that you promote or accept.
Q: What is the difference between Agree with and agree to ?
A: Agree with means you concur with someone or some idea.
I agree with him.

Agree to means you are accepting some condition.
I will agree to going to the movies tonight if we can stay home tomorrow.
Q: What is the difference between agree with and agree on and agree to ?
A: "Agree with" is usually reserved for stating that an opinion (yours/his, ect...) matches another person or group of people or a general idea.
"I agree with you." "My mother agrees with her." "He agrees with that (idea)."

"Agree on" and "agree to" are more interchangeable. They tend to be used when talking about ideas, actions, and such, not directly with people.

"Let's agree on this (schedule/movie time/business plan)."
"I agreed to pay $100 for the old book."

*bonus* Something like:
"I agreed on Bob." Is not normally used. But can be if it was a situation like:
"Who do you think we should bring? Tom or Bob? I think Bob." "Yea. I agree on Bob."
You're not agreeing with Bob; you're agreeing on the idea of choosing Bob.

Translations of "Agree"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Let’s agree to disagree!
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? だよね?ですよね? like agree
A: You’re welcome
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? agree , argue
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I'm not agree or I don't agree
A: I don't agree 😃
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? i agree
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Other questions about "Agree"

Q: Please show me how to pronounce 1- afraid
2- about
3- Ago
4- agree
5- awake
6- away .
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Q: In whole, I agree with you does this sound natural?
A: I think”As a whole,I agree with you”will be better
Q: I quite agree with you. does this sound natural?
A: Perfect when you wish to emphasise your full agreement with someone else’s point of view.
Q: I agree with you,I think you are right!! does this sound natural?
A: totally understandable, but a bit unnatural. Try having a harder "g" in "agree" (like the color green). Agree should also be more emphasised in the sentence.
Finally, "you are" can be combined into "you're."
Doing this should make you sound more natural! I'll also add a recording for you. Hope this helps!
Q: I absolutely agree with you. does this sound natural?
A: 完璧!

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