In English conversations, people often say that they agree or disagree with each other. And you will certainly be asked questions that invite you to say whether you agree or disagree with an issue in the Speaking part of international English exam.

Here are some expressions you can use to agree and disagree


That's exactly how I feel.

No doubt about it.

You have a point there.

I was just going to say that.

You're absolutely right.


I agree with you entirely.

I totally agree with you.

There is no doubt about it that...

That's a good idea.

That's a good point.

That's just what I was thinking

Nobody could argue with that.

I couldn't agree more.

You've got a good point there. 

I couldn't have put it better myself...

You took the words right out of my mouth

I think we're on the same wavelength...

Yes, You've really hit the nail on the head...

I'm sure you're right. 

What a good idea!


Yes, I agree. 

That's exactly my view.

I completely/absolutely agree with you.

I am of the same opinion. 

I agree with you 100 percent.

That's so true.

That's for sure.


Partly agreeing

I hadn't thought of that.

I can agree with that only with reservations.

That is not necessarily so.

I see what you mean but...

I can see your point but...

Yes, but isn't it the case that...

I see what you mean but...

Yes, but...

I don't entirely agree with you. 

I'm not sure about that.

There is some truth in what you say, but...

I agree to a certain extent.

That's true, but...

You're right, but...

You're right when you say (that)..., but what about...?

OK, that's true, but what about...?

That's an interesting point, but as I see it...

I agree with you in part, but…

Well, you could be right.

That’s partly true, but ...

Yes, you're probably right.

It is not as simple as it seems.

I agree with you in principle, but…



Not necessarily.

I don't think so.

No way

I cannot agree with this idea.

This is in complete contradiction to...

Are you sure about that?

Absolutely not!

I'm afraid I can't support you there.

I'm afraid I don't agree with you.

I don't think I would go along with that

Excuse me, but don't you think that...

That's not the way I see it

I don’t agree!

I am of a different opinion because ...

I totally disagree!

I don't agree with you.

I’m sorry, but I disagree.

I cannot share this view.

What I object to is...

I have my own thoughts about that.

I'd say the exact opposite.

I beg to differ.

That's not always true.

That's not always the case.