Vocabulary group 3

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Vocabulary group 3

  1. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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?

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