Student or Learner
Mr. Davis, I'm sorry but I don't agree ________________ the result on my oral test.
Which prepositions are suitable in the sentence above? If there is one that is not, how can I rephrase the sentence and make it right?
For the example you gave, "with" fits perfectly.
As far as a general rule goes though, it's not completely simple, as context can have an effect:
I don't agree with you.
You don't agree with me.
I don't agree with the result.
You don't agree with my interpretation of the result.
They agree with me.
They didn't agree with the scores = All of them (as a collective) thought the scores were wrong.
They didn't agree on the scores = They argued with each other over what the correct scores were.
We don't agree on/about this particular subject.
I'm sorry, but I can't agree with you on/about that.
I'm sorry, but if we can't agree on a price, then I can't sell you the car.
It's complicated - do you agree with me on that?
The result of the oral test, but the grade on the oral test. Is that right?