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    Hi there,

    Any difference between 'agree to' and 'agree with' in the following sentences?

    My sister won't agree (to/ with) our mother going into a nursing home.
    I don't agree (to/ with) hitting children.

    Thanks
    pete

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    Re: agree

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Hi there,

    Any difference between 'agree to' and 'agree with' in the following sentences?

    My sister won't agree (to/ with) our mother going into a nursing home.
    I don't agree (to/ with) hitting children.

    Thanks
    pete
    http://www.usingenglish.com/forum/as...erb-agree.html

    This will be useful for you

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