Agree with and agree to

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To agree is to have the same ideas and opinions.

Agree can be followed by the prepositions with, about, on and to.

Agree with

We agree with a person, an opinion or a policy. To agree with something is to think that it is the right thing to do. To agree with somebody is to think that they are doing or saying the right thing.

You can use an -ing form after agree with.

Agree about

We agree about a subject of discussion.

Agree can be followed by a that-clause.

Agree on

We agree on a matter for decision.

Agree to

To agree to do something is to express your willingness to do it.

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Abbreviations
Acronyms and initialisms New!
About
Above and over
Accept and agree
According to
Across
Adjectives
Adverbs
Adverbs with two forms
Affect and effect
Against
Ago
All
All and every
Already, just and yet
All and whole
Along
A lot of, lots of, plenty of, a large amount of, a great deal of
Already and all ready New!
Also
Alternate and alternative
Alternately
Although and though
Amount and Number: differences New!
And
Another
Any
Anyhow and somehow
Appear
Appositives
Around
Articles - Rules for the use and omission of articles
Article A / an
As, because, since and for
As if and as though
As and though
Ask and ask for
As well as
As well as grammar
As well as grammar exercise
As, when and while
At

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