Good afternoo (in Spain):
I have a question for you:
How would you say ?
...agree with my proposal.
...agree to my proposal.
I have found these two possibilities on the Internet almost in the same frequency. Obviously, it is not the same result for it is not the same expression.
To be a purist, which one would be the correct way?
Thank you very much
José Manuel Rosón Bravo
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,