Agreeing and Disagreeing- Language Review


Level: Intermediate
Topic: General
Grammar Topic: General
Type: Lesson Plans
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Published: 26th Oct 2010

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Agreeing or disagreeing language

Listen to your teacher reading out sentences from below and, without looking at the worksheet, hold  
up an “Agreeing” or “Disagreeing” card depending on the meaning of the sentence.

Each section below is either language of agreeing, disagreeing or not giving any opinion. Read the  
sentences and decide which one each section is:

Are you having me on?
Over my dead body!
There is no way on earth…
That sounds like sheer lunacy
Are you out of your mind?
You’re having a laugh
Out of the question
Yer, right
You’ve got to be kidding
Are you pulling my leg?
That’s complete nonsense
I’ve never heard such utter rubbish
You must be joking
That is so not true
Absolutely not

Okay, you’ve twisted my arm
You’re a tough negotiator…
If that’s the case, I guess…
If you put it that way, I suppose…
I’ll have to take your word on that.
I agree to some extent
I suppose so
I’ll give you the benefit of the doubt
Against my better judgment, I’m going to trust you on this
Alright, I’ll go along with that
I might be coming round to your point of view
I still have my doubts, but okay
With reservations, I’m going to accept that

I second that
Okay, you’ve convinced me
I think so too

Written by Alex Case for © 2010

Teachers’ Instructions

Photocopy the sheet: 1 copy per 5 students, so that they have one Agreeing and one Disagreeing  
card each. Cut along the lines to make separate cards.

Agreeing Disagreeing

Agreeing Disagreeing

Agreeing Disagreeing

Agreeing Disagreeing

Agreeing Disagreeing


Written by Alex Case for © 2010

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