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Video instructions and help with filling out and completing Form 2220 Agreeing

Instructions and Help about Form 2220 Agreeing

Wanna speak real English from your first lesson? Sign up for your free lifetime account at EnglishClass101.com. Vamos a la piscina. That means "we're going to the movie theater", right? All right, hi everybody, my name is Alicia. Welcome back to Top Words. Today, we're going to be talking about must-know expressions for agreeing and disagreeing. Very useful, so let's go. Exactly, exactly. When you agree 100% with something someone else has said, you can say "exactly". For example, "Ramen is one of the best foods in the world." "Exactly!" I don't agree. I don't agree. You have a different opinion from the other person. They tell you, "I think that soccer is the best sport." You can say, "I don't agree." But be prepared to present your own opinion after this. "I think soccer is the best sport." "I don't agree. I think that football is..." Oh, that could cause some problems. Soccer, football. Americans say football when we mean American football, but the rest of the world says football when they mean soccer. Maybe, maybe. It's when you don't know, when you can't make a decision, or when you're not sure about something. Okay, so someone proposes an opinion. Someone says their idea to you. "I think it's gonna rain tomorrow." You can say, "Yeah, maybe." You don't know for sure, yes or no, but it's possible. It's a good sort of in-between expression. But if you use "maybe" all the time, it's gonna sound really strange and it's gonna sound like you can't make a decision. So use "maybe" very sparingly. Don't use it so often. "Maybe" is very commonly used. It's a soft no. It's up to you to figure that out among the people that you're talking to. "Though, would you want to stay over my house...