According to 'Practical English Usage' by Michael Swan, you could get what you need.Originally Posted by José Manuel Rosón Bravo
a.agree with a person, opinion or policy
I entirely agree with you.
He left the firm because he didn't agree with their sales policy.
b. agree about a subject of discussion
We agree about most things.
c. agree on a matter for decision
Let's try to agree on a date.
d. agree to a suggestion
I'll agree to your suggestion if you lower the price.
I'm not quite sure whether both are correct, though. I think both possible.
On the victory side,
- For Teachers