AGREE / DISAGREE

 

  AGREE DISAGREE
(+)

A: I like to vacuum..

B: So do I / I do too / Me too

A: I like to use the dryer.

B: I don’t

(-)

A: I don’t like using the microwave

B: Neither do I / Nor do I / Me neither

A: I don't like to listen to the radio.

B: I like it./ I do.

 

To intensify the agreement / disagreement:

I (completely, totally, absolutely) agree/disagree
You are ( totally, absolutely) right

 

Weak agreement/disagreement

I suppose so./I guess so.

 

Rude/direct vs polite/indirect ways to disagree

Polite:
I don’t share your opinion.
Allow me to disagree.
Let’s agree to disagree
I'm afraid I agree more with James.

 

Rude
You are wrong.
I can’t disagree with you more.
You have no idea what you’re talking about!
You haven’t got a clue

 

Others ways to agree and disagree:

I agree/disagree with you.
You are right.
You are correct
I agree with you 100 percent.
I couldn't agree with you more.
That's so true.
That's for sure.
Sure.
(slang) Tell me about it!
Absolutely.
That's exactly how I feel.
Exactly.
I have to side with dad on this one.
No doubt about it
You have a point there.
I was just going to say that.
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