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Hi, Bob the Canadian here.
A while ago I made a video where I helped you learn how to disagree with someone using
the English language.
But I thought to myself the other day, I never really made a video where I explain a number
of different ways that you can agree with someone in English.
So let's do that today.
Hey welcome to this video if this your first time here don't forget to click the subscribe
button below and if you find this video helpful give me a thumbs up somewhere along the way.
Well in today's video I'm going to help you learn five different ways, this is part
one of a two part series, I'm going to help you learn five different ways to agree with
someone in English.
One of the first ways to agree with someone in English is to simply say, “I agree with
you.”
Now there's a number of different ways to say, “I agree with you.”
You could say, “I completely agree with you.
I totally agree with you.”
And you could also say, “I couldn't agree more.”
or “I couldn't agree with you more.”
All of those would be ways to say, “I agree with you.”
A second way to agree with someone in English is to say, “You're right!”
You could say, “You're right!
You're absolutely right!” or “You're totally right!”
Maybe someone has said to you, you know, maybe they've pointed out a mistake that you've
made and you could stop and you could think about what they've said to you and you could
say, “You're right.
You're totally right.
You're absolutely right.”
A third way that you could agree with someone in English is to say, “I feel the same way.”
Maybe you've gone to a party and your brother has commented that he thought it was the best
party that he had ever been to.
You could say to your brother, “I feel the same way.”
So basically you're saying to them that you agree with what they have said by saying
that you are feeling the same kinds of emotions about the party.
I feel the same way.
A fourth way that you can agree with someone in English is to say, “I think so.” or
“I think so too.”
So basically a person is saying that they think a certain way, that they're thinking
a certain way about something, maybe they think that their car is broken and you could
agree with them by saying, “I think so too.”
or “I think so.”
And you could also say, “That's what I was thinking.”
You could agree with them by indicating that you were thinking the same thing.
“I think so too.
I think so.” or “That's what I was thinking.”
A fifth way to agree with someone is to say something like, “True enough!”
Let's say someone was to say, “I think Messi is the best soccer player in the world!”
You could say, “True enough!”
Indicating that you believe what they have said is true by saying, “True enough!”
I think this ice cream is the most delicious flavour and you could say, “True enough!”
Well that was five different ways to agree with someone in English.
I'm going to make another video later this week where I'll look at five more ways to
agree with someone in English.
I think English language speakers have a number of different ways to agree with someone, and
it's worth knowing all of them in case you run into them in a conversation or while you're
doing some reading.
Bob the Canadian here.
Thank you so much for watching this video once again, and have a great day.
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【英語学習】英語で同意を表す方法(Part 1: Learn How to Agree in English | Video with Subtitles)

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