Improve your Speaking 1: Agreement

Expressing complete agreement:
'Exactly', 'Precisely'

We say one thing and mean another?

You mean, you can’t fool all the people all of the time?

You mean it’s possible to ignore the Green Party, but you can’t ignore their policies when a general consensus of people come to support them?

Once the level of benefit is higher than their take-home pay, why should they do a job?
Precisely, but the answer isn’t to remove benefits from those who really need them.

Expressing conditional agreement

I’d agree with you if the purpose of hell was to rehabilitate people back into heaven, but hell is usually associated with torture and damnation.

I’d certainly agree if you’re thinking of the World Cup.

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