We use these different expressions to show agreement and disagreement. This is an essential part of trying to find a conclusion or negotiating an outcome in language use.

  AGREE I (ADVERB) AGREE WITH WE AGREE ON I SEE YOUR POINT I GET WHAT YOU MEAN I UNDERSTAND YOUR POINT I SEE WHAT YOU ARE SAYING I UNDERSTAND YOUR OPINION WE SEE EYE TO EYE YOU TOOK THE WORDS RIGHT OUT OF MY MOUTH EXACTLY! THAT´S RIGHT! OF COURSE! I COULDN´T AGREE MORE   DISAGREE I DISAGREE WITH I DON´T AGREE WITH I DON´T SEE YOUR POINT NO WAY! I DON´T GET YOUR OPINION I CAN´T SEE WHERE YOU ARE COMING FROM HAVEN´T YOU THOUGHT ABOUT IT FROM A DIFFERENT POINT OF VIEW? REALLY? ARE YOU SERIOUS? THAT´S IMPOSSIBLE ARE YOU KIDDING ME? IS THIS A JOKE? THAT CAN´T BE RIGHT YOU MUST BE JOKING! ARE YOU PULLING MY LEG? I CAN´T AGREE WITH YOU ON… THAT DOESN´T MAKE SENSE THERE IS NO WAY (ON EARTH)… (VULGAR) ARE YOU TAKING THE PISS? (VULGAR) YOU MUST BE A FOOL! (VULGAR) ARE YOU STUPID?   SETTLE LET´S LEAVE IT WHY DON´T WE GO ON TO SOMETHING ELSE SHALL WE MOVE ON? YOU COULD BE RIGHT, BUT I WILL NEED TO LOOK INTO IT LET´S CHANGE THE TOPIC LET´S AGREE TO DISAGREE WE CAN´T AGREE SO…]]>

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