At first, I would like to say hello to all members on this forum and all the moderators, as well ! It has been a long time since I have been absent from this platform, the best one, in my opinion.
I have 2 questions related to the use of verb agree - in the following sentence -, the answer seems clear to me, or so I pretend, because I have a somewhat doubt:
"The meeting went very well, didn`t it?"
"Yes, they agreed ---------- ahead with our proposal."
a. in going
b. at going
c. to go
d. have gone
My answer is definitely c.
The next question is: is there any possibility that the points a and b be used in some other constructions / examples,,, implying the same verb agree?
Thank you so much in advance !
Last edited by Teia; 23-Aug-2014 at 21:16.
Hi Canadian 45,
Thank you so much for your reply and for correcting the word points. As a matter of fact it did not sound correct to me, either