These results coincide with our earlier conclusions. Although “estoy de acuerdo” literally means “I agree”, the latter is not used in English. Some learners try to improve “I agree” by saying “I agree”, which makes grammatical sense, but unfortunately is not used either. The correct form is: it is possible to say “agree with someone”, but this is more formal and much rarer than “agree”: 1a. He acted in accordance with the rules. 1b. He acted in accordance with the rules. The Council agrees with government policy. I have a question about “agree with” and “agree with”. Dictionaries think they are pretty much identical. But for these pairs of sentences, we all agree that Mr.
Ross should resign. We can also say “agree” + verb for the plot that stems from the agreement: better: his behavior corresponded to the smile on his face, which means that an observer could look and intrigue, or expect or understand his smile or behavior. 2a. His behavior matched the smile on his face. 2b. His behavior matched the smile on his face. Agreement is a transitive verb that requires active consent, not a passive state of conformity with. If it says “We have agreed” or “We agree”, it is an active consent a posteriori. However, I don`t see a significant difference in the second pair.
“in agreement with” sounds a little strange to my ear, however, but that`s probably because I`ve never seen or heard anything that isn`t a document that is a prepositional phrase object “with the…” which is a part of “in agreement with”. We can say “I agree with you” or “I agree with you” (more formal). “Many” is an adverb that describes “how.” In English, we usually put adverbians either before the verb or at the end of the sentence. Look at these examples: and there is not a single Spanish verb that expresses the same thing as the English collococation “agree with”. It is important to understand that in English, “agree” already means the same thing as “estar de acuerdo”, not only “acuerdo”, that is to say “I am agree” literally When I read the first couple, B implies to me that the subject is not particularly in accordance with the rules, but that he complies with them to avoid trouble. A implies that it respects the rules and also approves them within the framework of its principles. Tip: See my list of the most common errors in English. It will teach you how to avoid mistakes with commas, prepositions, irregular verbs and much more. Saying “I agree with you” is a common mistake among native Romance speakers. For example, if you want to say you agree with someone in Spanish, use the phrase 1b. Just because the rules and his behavior were consistent in what was needed and what was done.
History refers to everything that has happened in the past, especially in the political, economic and social fields. History is always based on truth and facts. Besides, if you haven`t read my guide on how to avoid the most common mistakes in English, you should look at it. it deals with similar subjects. Can ask all kinds of general questions and understand longer answers. Never use “those” with country, state or city names. A story can be truth or fiction; It is the description of an event or series of events that are normally invited to teach or entertain….