It’s not always easy to say that you agree or disagree with someone. Today, we will show you some common expressions to do so.
“I don’t think so” is a more direct way to disagree.
Example: I don’t think so. Let me give you my point of view.
“Not necessarily” is a great way to suggest something else.
Example: Not necessarily. Have you thought about hiring two more people to delegate low-priority tasks?
“You have a point there” is an excellent way to say that you agree with what was just said.
Example: You have a point there. There’s nothing I can say to disagree with you. Agree
“No doubt about it” is a solid way to say that you absolutely agree with something.
Example: They will approve the project, no doubt about it.
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