Can I use both of these interchangeably? We all agree on that. We all agree with that.
Nov 7, 2018 11:48 PM
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No. To agree with something: something must be a statement, for example 2+2=3. If you think this is correct, you are agreeing with it. To agree on something: again, something is usually a statement (occasionally an agreement, see below). If several people have the same opinion of it, they agree on it. For example I expect you and I agree on 2+2=3, in that we both disagree with it (I hope!). FWIW to agree TO something: something is a commitment of some kind - an agreement. If I promise to pay you £5 tomorrow, I am agreeing to pay you. You and I could agree to (or on) that, too.
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