9. The following expressions are expressions to indicate d. Don`t just say “I agree” or “I don`t agree,” but “I agree because I think. (Explain your reason) etc. The following list contains words and phrases useful for expressing consent, partial approval, and disagreements in English. Use these lists as a reference, don`t try to remember them. Practice dialogues with another student and try to use expressions from here, you will slowly become familiar with them. EXPRESS OPINIONPersonal: In my opinion. In my experience. I speak for myself. Personally, I think. I believe (strongly) that. I really feel that way.

If you ask me. Ada banyak ungkapan untuk menunjukkan ketidaksetujuan (Watch of disagreements), misalnya adalah opsi jawaban a sampai c. Sedangkan opsi jawaban d. I agree (Saya memiliki pendapat yang sama) merupakan ungkapan memberikan persetujuan (Show consent). In Conversations in English, people often say that they agree or disagree with each other. There are many ways to agree or disagree, and which one you use depends on how much you agree or disagree. Here is a list of some common expressions. In this section, you will have a number of sentences that will show you how to accept in English in different ways. My advice is to read them, choose 5 or 6 that you particularly like and that you memorize. Also, I only recommend stopping “I agree with you” because it`s terribly easy and if you`re trying to talk B2 or talk C1, it certainly won`t be enough. So let`s take a look.

Finally, I think it`s important to be able to justify why you agree or disagree with someone. That is why it is just as important to be able to express their opinion correctly. So here`s a list of phrases that will help you accept English correctly and disagree, and I`ve divided them into three different categories based on how these sentences are structured: When we negotiate or talk to a friend, we often have to agree or agree with the other person. Also, we don`t want to make it a struggle, so we need to know how to empathize with dissent and disagree without looking aggressive. It`s very difficult to convince when they think they`re attacking. We must express our opinions and at the same time show that we listen, understand and appreciate other opinions. When they feel comfortable, they are more open to our ideas, opinions or suggestions. Here are several ways to do this in a conversation. Tip: It`s always a good idea to base your opinion.

If I don`t call you, you can assume that the train is on time. (If I don`t call you/unless I call you, you can assume the train is on time.) We have to cancel the show unless we sell more tickets at the last minute. (We will have to cancel the show if we don`t sell more tickets/ unless we sell more tickets at the last minute.) Kalimat perintah “The following expressions are expressions to show disagreements, except . . .” berarti “Ungkapan di bawah ini adalah ungkapan untuk menunjukkan ketidaksetujuan, kecuali. . . . ». “I think we have to agree to disagree.” (There`s nothing else you can agree on, except the fact that you disagree with each other!) Conditional clauses can begin with “except”. Unless it means something similar to “yes. not” or “unless”. “Yes, but… (Probably the most common way to disagree is to say you agree by saying “yes,” but then something else with “but…” Let`s say.) You can play in the living room as long as you don`t do any damage.

In formal situations, we can use if+ when we talk about things that could happen but think are unlikely: they can do whatever they want, provided it is within the law. If your child becomes anxious or nervous about an activity, it`s a good idea to let the team leader know. (or if your child should become…) Suppose I arrive after midnight, is the guesthouse still open? (Imagine I don`t arrive until after midnight…) [V] If the economy slowed too quickly, there would be major problems. (When the economy slowed down too fast…) As long as a tiger remains motionless, it is invisible in the jungle. . Suppose you lose your passport, you have to go to the embassy, right? If you disagree with someone in English, you can often appear more polite by using a phrase like “I`m scared…” or “I`m sorry, but…” If I had known you were waiting outside, I would have invited you in. (If I had known you were waiting outside…). In formal situations, we can use will + subject(s) + verb (v) instead of if: you can get a senior discount, provided you have a train ticket. In even more formal styles, we use goods + subject-verb-inversion + to the infinitive: we use often or otherwise with conditional meanings: Suppose can be used with a conditional meaning. It can be used in the first, second or third conditional sentences. He invited the listener to imagine a situation: if the government had not raised food prices, there would not have been so many protests. [V] If we were to give up the fight now, it would mean the end of democracy in our country.

(If we give up the fight now…) Exercise: Answer the following questions! Fira: Don, I think Chandra is responsible for this case Dona: Well, I don`t know. From the dialogue, we can assume that ____ you must start learning, otherwise you will not pass all these exams. .