There are 3 phrasal verbs that use the verb agree. They can be confusing because they are very similar.
- Agree on– That one or more people say yes or no to an idea.
- ex 1: We can’t agree on a place to eat. (One person wants chinese food, one wants pizza and one wants BBQ)
- ex 2: We can’t agree on a date for our wedding. (One person wants a spring wedding, one wants a winter wedding.)
- ex 3: Kevin and Kaitlyn couldn’t agree on which movie to watch. (Kevin wanted to see the one about ghosts and Kaitlyn wanted to watch the one about lions)
- Agree to– To accept something
- ex 1: The painters agreed to come on short notice to paint the dance hall.
- ex 2: My boyfriend agreed to fix the sink when he gets home.
- ex 3: The teacher agreed to allow the student more time to write the essay.
- Agree with-to share an opinion
- ex 1: I agree with you, Ashtyn, it’s too cold to take the children for a walk.
- ex 2: I think we need to talk to Kaleb. He hasn’t been behaving well at school. Do you agree with me?
- ex 3: She agreed with me and said, yes, but I think we should speak with the teacher first to see if he is having any problems at school.
- Agree with-if a situation suits you or you are comfortable with it.
So, there you have it! 3 phrasal verbs with agree!
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