are these sentences okay? 1- I'm agreement with you 2 I agree with you
Aug 30, 2018 9:30 AM
Answers · 4
The second one is correct. The first is not. Perhaps you meant to say " I am agreeing with you " , but I'm not sure that this is correct either..
August 30, 2018
Hi, Mona. Only the 2nd one is correct. "To agree with someone", the affirmative form would be:I agree with you, and the negative: I don't agree with you. As for the 1st sentence, "agreement" is a noun, you can use it like this: I am in agreement with you Also: have an agreement/reach or come to an agreement/make an agreement
August 30, 2018
The first one should be “I'm in agreement with you.“ The other sentence is right, though :)
August 30, 2018
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