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  • Hi this is Tutor Nick P and this is Lesson 294. The title of today's lesson

  • is the difference between 'agree with' and 'agree to.' Okay. Let's look at the note

  • here. If you think the same or similar way, you agree with somebody or something.

  • You don't just agree someone. All right so there's two ways where students might

  • make a mistake. Sometimes students will just say they agree somebody. When they

  • should be saying they agree with somebody or something. Or sometimes

  • students might use ' agree to ' when they should be using 'agree with. ' All right. So

  • let's take a look at the examples here. Example number one or the first example

  • with the X here. This is wrong. I agree that politician's stance on this issue.

  • Remember his stance, that's his opinion. If we say somebody's stance on something.

  • So you can't just say I agree that politician stance. You have to say I

  • agree with. So you don't just agree somebody directly. You always agree with

  • somebody or with something. Okay. All right. Here's the second , the second

  • example where somebody is actually using 'agree to' , when they should be using 'agree

  • with.' All right. Here, you say I mostly agree to what he said. No. You agree with

  • what he said, means you think a similar way as he does. Okay. Let's look at the

  • next note here, which tells you actually why you should not be saying "agree to. " If

  • you agree to something, it means you are willing to accept or allow it. So if you

  • say I agree to what he says, does that mean that you are like allowing what he

  • says ? No. Or you're accepting what he says ? No. It means that you think a similar way.

  • So you should say, you agree with what he said. Okay. Let's continue with more

  • examples. Again with the X. This is wrong. If somebody says I agree with the

  • conditions of that contract. No. You can't agree with conditions. Conditions, you

  • can't think a similar way as a contract. You can't think like conditions.

  • You agree to them. You are willing to accept them. You are willing to allow

  • them so you agree to the conditions of that contract. So of course with the

  • check, that's correct. You agree to the conditions. Okay. And the last example

  • here. I agree with his compromise. No, Again the compromise itself does not

  • think. So you can't think in a similar way as the compromise, but you could

  • agree to his compromise. So it means that again you accept his compromise. Or you

  • allow his compromise. Okay, good. I hope it's clear. I hope you got it. Thank you

  • for your time. Bye-bye.

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