How to Express Agreement, Partial Agreement and Disagreement in English

How to Express Agreement Agreement, Partial Agreement and Disagreement in English. In this lesson, you will find so many ways to express your opinions: agree or not agree with useful ESL printable infographics.

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How to Express Agreement, Partial Agreement, Disagreement

Expressing Agreement

It is worthwhile saying that silence is not understood as agreement. If you agree with an opinion or an idea, you are expected to say so.

  • I agree with you 100 percent.
  • I agree with you entirely.
  • I agree with you/ him
  • I am at one with him on that point.
  • I am of the same opinion.
  • I am with you.
  • I approve of it.
  • I completely / absolutely agree with you.
  • 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 simply must agree with that.
  • I think so.
  • I think you might be right about that.
  • I totally agree with you.
  • 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.
  • That’s exactly what I think.
  • There is no doubt about it…

Expressing Disagreement

Expressing disagreement is always respected as honest, and sometimes as courageous.

  • I (very much) doubt whether…
  • I agree up to a point, but….
  • I am of a different opinion because …
  • I can’t/ couldn’t go along with that….
  • I cannot agree with this idea.
  • I cannot share this / that / the view.
  • I completely disagree…
  • I don’t really agree with that idea…
  • I don’t think so….
  • I don’t agree with you.
  • I find that very difficult to accept….
  • I have my own thoughts about that.
  • I see what you are getting at, but…
  • I see your point, but….
  • I still have my doubts…
  • I wouldn’t quite put it that way myself….
  • I’m afraid, I disagree….
  • I’m not sure I go along with that view….
  • I’m sorry, but I disagree.
  • I’m afraid, I can’t agree with you.
  • No, I’m not sure about that because…
  • That’s not always true…
  • That’s one way of looking at it, however….
  • That’s out of question…
  • The problem is that…
  • There is no way I could agree with that…
  • This is in complete contradiction to…
  • Umm, I’m not sure about that….
  • We don’t seem to agree here…
  • Well, I see things rather differently….
  • What I object to is…
  • With all due respect,…
  • You could say that, however…
  • You’ve got to be kidding…

Expressing Partial Agreement

You can also agree but with reservation especially when there is a doubt or feeling of not being able to accept something completely

  • It is only partly true that…
  • That’s true, but…
  • I can agree with that only with reservations.
  • That seems obvious, but…
  • That is not necessarily so.
  • It is not as simple as it seems.
  • I agree with you in principle, but…
  • I agree with you in part, but…
  • Well, you could be right.
  • We don’t seem to be in complete agreement…
  • Well, I don’t quite agree with you…

Expressing Opinions in English

This is a useful list to express your personal point of view in English:

  • In my opinion,…
  • I feel that…
  • I would say that…
  • It seems to me that…
  • I am of the opinion that …
  • Speaking personally…
  • As I see it…
  • Well, if you ask me…
  • In my view…
  • I think that…
  • I think…
  • I feel…
  • I guess…
  • In my eyes…
  • From my perspective…
  • From my viewpoint…
  • Personally, I think…
  • What I mean is…
  • Some people say that…
  • It is generally accepted that…
  • It goes without saying that…
  • I’m of the opinion that…
  • I believe…
  • I suppose…
  • According to me…
  • As far as I’m concerned…
  • I’d like to point out that…
  • Well, it is considered that…
  • My impression is that…
  • I hold the view that…
  • In my experience
  • I’d suggest that…
  • I am of the opinion that …
  • My own feeling on the subject is that …
  • It goes without saying that …
  • The point is that…
  • Personally speaking…
  • To my mind, …
  • I have no doubt that …
  • I’m absolutely convinced…
  • From my point of view…
  • As far as I understand…
  • As for me / As to me, …
  • I hold the opinion/ view that…
  • I might be wrong but…
  • I tend to think that…

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