If you see, there are two ways of saying: I don`t agree: it always misfires. He always gives me hard times. Why don`t you agree? Why don`t you agree? She agrees with us. She agrees with us. Work with the following phrases. We recommend that you listen in advance or at the same time to the audio file you have below. This will help you get the right pronunciation and word-link. We also advise you to take a look at our YouTalk audiobooks, where you will find all these tips and other other methods typical of youTalk. .
Results: 86. You guessed it: 86. Response time: 155 ms. As you can see, the difference is that TELL is telling someone, and SAY, easy, without destiny. We will also train with sentences that we will leave you as an example, with audio files, so that we also focus on the practice of this pronunciation in English, which is sometimes so difficult for us. In Spanish, we always say that I agree, but in English we do not use the verb, but what does the verb agree when in reality it is not used in this way? Remember: Frequent short expressions: 1-400, 401-800, 801-1200, More in Spanish is an expression that is used when something becomes difficult or uphill. If we change HAVE to GIVE, the term means giving the bara. Are you having trouble reading this? Are you having trouble reading this? Good morning. It`s a question.
Because “agree with” you and other possibilities I agreed “to” your terms, i.e. if it is with “with” and if it is with “too much”, I already know the almost automatic when I use it, but I was asked and I`m really not sure of the answer. We`ll be back here with a new article to improve your conversation in English with YouTalk. On this occasion, we speak of a typical error in English, which we Spaniards say exactly Spanish by influence. This is the recurring error that I accepted. It is influenced by Spanish, as we say, because Spanish says I agree, while I agree in English. That is why we have nothing more to consider and, above all, practice as much as possible until it works for us and automatically. I do not agree with you.
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