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Vocabulary group 3

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  • 1. VOCABULARY GROUP 3 ABOUT AGREEING AND DISAGREEING PUBLISHED BY SRI DIKA SALMA HAYATI SUSI NOVITA YULIA FITRI YANI ENGLISH DEPARTMENT SEKOLAH TINGGI ILMU DAN PENDIDIKAN DHARMA BAKTI LUBUK ALUNG
  • 2. Agreeing is use to show that we have the same opinion about something; concur Disagreeing is use to show that we have or express a different opinion
  • 3. Giving for an opinion Asking for an opinion  In my opinion…  The way I see it…  If you want my honest opinion  According to…  As far as I’m concerned…  If you ask me…  What’s your idea?  What are your thoughts on all of this?  How do you feel about that?  Do you have anything to say about this?  What do you think?  Do you agree?  Wouldn’t you say?
  • 4.  I agree with you  So do I  That’s so true  That’s for sure  Tell me about it!  You’re absolutely right  Absolutely  That’s exactly how I feel  Me too
  • 5.  Exactly  I’m afraid I agree with James  I have to side with Dad on this one  No doubt about it  Me neither (agree with negative statement)  I suppose so/ I guess so (weak)  You have a point there  I was just going to say that
  • 6.  I don’t think so  No way(strong)  I’m afraid I disagree  I beg to differ  I’d say the exact opposite (strong)  Not necessarily  That’s not always true  No, I’m not sure about that  Yes, but…
  • 7. Interruptions  Can I add something here?  Is it okay if I jump in for a second?  If I might add something…  Can I throw my two cents in?  Sorry to interrupt, but…  Sorry, go ahead or sorry were saying… (after accidentally interrupting someone)  You didn’t let finish (after being interrupted)
  • 8. SETTING AN ARGUMENT  Let’s just move on, shall we?  Let’s drop it  I think we’re going to have to agree to disagree  Whatever you say/ if you say so (sarcastic)
  • 9. Example conversation Student A : What do you think about using internet nowadays? Student B : In my opinion many people don’t use internet for something useful Student C : Yes, I agree with you. Student A : I don’t thing so, because there are many people, such as students use internet for something useful. Like they use internet for increase their knowledge. Student B : You’re right. But nowadays people didn’t know about advantages of internet. Student C : Sorry to interrupt, but can we talk about another topic?