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How to agree and disagree in Spanish Posted by on Sep 3, 2010 in Spanish Culture, Spanish Grammar

In every language we need to know how to agree or disagree and here are some useful sentences for you to use when agreeing or disagreeing with someone.

To agree – Estar de acuerdo

Es cierto. – That’s true. That’s right.
Estoy de acuerdo. – I agree.
Eso creo yo también. – I think so too.
Yo tampoco. / Ni yo. – Me (n)either.
Estoy completamente de acuerdo. – I agree completely.
Estoy ciento por ciento de acuerdo. – I agree 100%.
Seguro que sí. – Definitely. / Certainly.
Por supuesto. – Of course.
Sin lugar a dudas. – No doubt about it.
Estoy de acuerdo con que … – I agree that …

To disagree – Estar en desacuerdo

Yo no estoy de acuerdo. – I don’t agree.
No creo. – I don’t believe so.
No lo veo así. – I don’t see it that way.
Entiendo lo que quieres decir, pero ... – I know what you mean, but …
Estoy de acuerdo con que …, pero … – I agree that …, but …
Estoy de acuerdo hasta cierto punto. – I agree to a certain extent.

Nos vemos prontito.

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About the Author: Adir

English / Spanish teacher and translator for over 20 years. I have been blogging since 2007 and I am also a professional singer in my spare time.


Comments:

  1. Jim Cunningham:

    This is a very good lesson when you have to eat lunch every day with the same family. I would always say the same things: “Si, gracias” or “No, gracias.” Now I have a variety of things to use to spice up my answers! My Spanish tutor here in Portland, Oregon (from a company called Portland In Spanish) suggested that if I had time, when she taught me a basic phrase, I should look up alternative phrases with the same meaning if I use it a lot. Thanks Adir! You helped me complete my homework for the week.