How do you use agreeing in a sentence?

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asked Dec 28, 2020 in Words & Wordplay by Kyu876 (700 points)
How do you use agreeing in a sentence?

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answered Dec 28, 2020 by Shelde (45,430 points)
Some ways of using agreeing in a sentence are.

He's agreeing to go along with me and help me pay for the road trip we want to take.

Or they are agreeing to get along from now on and not get into fights anymore.

She's upstairs now, pissed at me from not agreeing to hold her hand while they—do it.

Another way of saying I agree is to say Yup.

Or You're exactly right or that is correct.

Other ways to say I agree is to say "Exactly" or Absolutely.

To agree with someone is to consent to do something that has been suggested by another person or have the same opinion about something.

You can also nod your head to say you agree with someone or simply just say I agree with you.

Some examples of agreeing with someone are.

That's right/You're right/I know: used when agreeing with someone.

Exactly/Absolutely/I couldn't agree more: used for saying that you completely agree with someone.

You can say that again/You're telling me: a more informal way of saying that you completely agree with someone:

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