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    Post 6 - Agree to/with a plan?

    Did you agree ______ Ginny’s plan ______ the Halloween party?
    A)To, of
    B)With, for
    C)To, for
    D)With, of

    My answer to this is C, but my colleague thinks it should be B.



    Any explanations?


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    Re: 6 - Agree to/with a plan?

    It comes down to the difference between 'agree to' and 'agree with'

    agree with; approve of (something) with regard to its moral correctness : I'm not sure I agree with abortion.
    agree to, or to do something: consent to do something that has been suggested by another person

    Hence, you are correct.

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