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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.

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  • 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!” orYou'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.” orThat'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.

Hi, Bob the Canadian here.

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