As you have read in previous EC articles, expressions expressing consent and rejection in English are referred to as expressions of consent and disagreement. Does anyone remember the examples of his words? If anyone has forgotten it, please read it in the previous EC article entitled “Expressions Expressing Consent and Disapproval in English And Their Meanings”. Well, this time, CE will provide examples of conversations using expressions of consent and disagreement. Look at these boys! This declaration of consent and disagreement is part of the procedure for the submission and presentation of observations. From our point of view, there are of course among us those who agree, agree, agree, disagree, agree with some, but who do not agree with others. This is a common practice in everyday conversations. As for the types of texts, this type of conversation also has similarities with the example of the debate text, in which text 2 expresses different points of view on the same subject. Then there is a collection of English conversations about correspondences and refusals held by several people. Here is the example of very short dialogues, composed of consensus and disagreement, that are in dialogue: expressions of consent and rejection The following expressions are often used to say consent and disagreement in everyday conversations that you can often hear.
1. Declaration of the Agreement. . . . . .