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    Smile agree to/on/at/with my decision

    Neither of my parents agrees to/on/at/with my decision.





    Hi,
    which of the four prepositions fits in the above example? If more than one, do they convey the same meaning? Thanks.

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    Re: agree with

    agree with

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    Re: agree to/on/at/with my decision

    You can also agree to something.

    You can agree on a joint decision.

    You cannot agree at something.

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    Re: agree to/on/at/with my decision

    Quote Originally Posted by tyna View Post
    agree with
    Thanks, tyna.

    Quote Originally Posted by Anglika View Post
    You can also agree to something.

    You can agree on a joint decision.

    You cannot agree at something.
    Thanks, Anglika.
    What about "with?" Doesn't it work in the base sentence?

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