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    #1

    agree with your

    Hi,

    I want to ask small question about something that too much time bother me,

    While someone tells me his opinion or his answer, How can I told him:

    I agree with your saying but..?
    I disagree with your statement?

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    Re: agree with your

    http://www.englishwithimpact.com/eng...gree-Agree.pdf
    It might be worth your reference.
    I am not a teacher.

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    #3

    Re: agree with your

    Quote Originally Posted by Mero3004 View Post
    Hi,

    I want to ask small question about something that too much time bothers me a lot.

    While someone tells me his/her opinion or his/her answer, how can I reply? told him:

    I agree with what you're saying, but
    I disagree with your statement
    .

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    Re: agree with your

    Quote Originally Posted by Mero3004 View Post

    I agree... but...
    Some people call it the "Yes, but" syndrome, and it could be really annoying at times. You'd better avoid using it. Just a personal opinion.

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    Re: agree with your

    Quote Originally Posted by kilroy65 View Post
    Some people call it the "Yes, but" syndrome, and it could be really annoying at times. You'd better avoid using it. Just a personal opinion.
    I see what you're saying (or I see where you're coming from), but would you include this phrasing in that syndrome?

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    Re: agree with your

    Quote Originally Posted by teechar View Post
    I see what you're saying (or I see where you're coming from), but would you include this phrasing in that syndrome?
    Not really. It sounds much more diplomatic. There is a kind of "preparation" before the "but" part.
    Last edited by kilroy65; 19-Aug-2016 at 23:14.

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