24 1/2 phrases for agreeing & disagreeing.

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Do you have discussions in English at work? Do you often feel you’re language is somehow limited to a few phrases? Then this post might just give you a helping hand to take up a few more and to help you widen and vary your language.

I’ve divided the list into 5 categories from ‘agreeing’ to ‘disagreeing’ with ‘agreeing tentatively’, ‘being non-committal’ and finally ‘expressing reservations’. Here’s the link to the free PDF download:

How to agree and disagree PDF

to widen (ausweiten), to vary (wechseln), tentatively (zögernd), to be non-committal (zurückhaltend), to express reservations (Zweifel ausdrücken).

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