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How to Express AGREEMENT and DISAGREEMENT in English


There are many different ways to express agreement and disagreement in an argument. Learn these common phrases for agreeing/ disagreeing with an opinion with ESL images to improve your English.

Agreement and Disagreement

Agreeing with an Opinion

  • Absolutely/ Definitely/ Exactly.
  • Exactly.
  • Fair enough!
  • He is quite right/ absolutely right
  • He may be right.
  • I (totally/completely/absolutely) agree with you.
  • I agree with what you said.
  • I agree with you/ him …
  • I agree with you 100 percent.
  • I agree with you entirely.
  • I am at one with him on that point.
  • I am with you.
  • I approve of it.
  • I couldn’t agree more.
  • I couldn’t agree with you more.
  • I feel the same.
  • I guess/suppose so.
  • I have come to the same conclusion.
  • I have no objection.
  • I have to side with you on this one.
  • I hold the same opinion.
  • I really think so.
  • I see where you’re coming from.
  • I share your view.
  • I think so.
  • I think you might be right about that.
  • I was just going to say that.
  • I’d go along with that.
  • It is true.
  • Just so!
  • No doubt about it.
  • Oh, that’s interesting.
  • Quite so!
  • That is right.
  • That’s a good point/ I see your point.
  • That’s just it!
  • That’s just what I was thinking.
  • That’s so true.
  • That’s exactly how I feel.
  • That’s for sure.
  • There is no doubt about it that…
  • We are of one mind / of the same mind on that question.
  • Yes of course!
  • You are right.
  • You have a good point.
  • You have a point there.
  • You’re absolutely right.
  • Me neither (agree with negative statement).
  • Tell me about it! (slang)
  • I suppose so/I guess so. (weak)
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Disagreeing with an Opinion

  • I totally disagree. (strong)
  • I’d say the exact opposite. (strong)
  • No way! (very informal)
  • Actually, as a matter of fact. I think..
  • Actually,…
  • Do you really think..?
  • He’s off his head! (UK)
  • I agree up to a point, but…
  • I am afraid that is not quite true.
  • I beg to differ.
  • I can not share this/ that/ the view.
  • I couldn’t agree with you less.
  • I disagree.
  • I don’t agree with what you say.
  • I don’t agree.
  • I don’t entirely agree with you.
  • I don’t share his/ her/ your view.
  • I don’t think so/ I don’t feel the same.
  • I don’t think that’s quite right.
  • I must take issue with you on that.
  • I take a different view.
  • I think otherwise.
  • I’d be inclined to disagree.
  • I’m afraid I disagree.
  • I’m afraid I don’t agree.
  • I’m not so sure about that.
  • It’s out of the question.
  • It’s unjustifiable to say that.
  • No, I’m not so sure about that.
  • Nonsense!
  • Not at all!
  • Not necessarily.
  • On the contrary…
  • Rubbish!/ Nonsense!
  • Sorry, I have to say NO.
  • That’s not the way I see it.
  • That’s an interesting idea, but..
  • That’s different.
  • That’s not always the case.
  • That’s not always true.
  • That’s not entire true.
  • That’s not how I see it.
  • This argument does not hold water.
  • To be honest
  • Well, as a matter of fact,…
  • What I object to is…
  • Yes, but…
  • You are/ he is wrong.
  • You can’t be serious!
  • You could be right, but…

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