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    agree to and agree on which is correct

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    Re: grammar

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    agree to and agree on which is correct
    They are both correct, it depends on context.

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    Re: grammar

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    agree to and agree on which is correct
    It depends entirely on the context.
    Give us some examples.

    I am not a teacher.

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    Re: grammar

    You agree to a deal, a contract, or a plan:
    I didn't agree to this!
    Didn't you agree to help me?
    You agree on an idea:
    They couldn't agree on where to go for dinner.

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    #5

    Re: grammar

    Quote Originally Posted by phrasemix View Post
    You agree to a deal, a contract, or a plan:
    I didn't agree to this!
    Didn't you agree to help me?
    You agree on an idea:
    They couldn't agree on where to go for dinner.
    If they are planning to go for a dinner, then, does that mean they agree to going for a dinner? And if they decide to go, do they agree on X restaurant?

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