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Remarks in English Language: Grammar Rules Manik Joshi

Remarks in English Language: Grammar Rules

Manik Joshi

Published September 15th 2013
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This Book Covers The Following Topics:1. Agreeing or Disagreeing In EnglishA. Agreeing In EnglishB. Disagreeing In English2. Agreements and Disagreements with StatementsA. Agreement with Affirmative RemarksB. Agreement with Negative RemarksC.MoreThis Book Covers The Following Topics:1. Agreeing or Disagreeing In EnglishA. Agreeing In EnglishB. Disagreeing In English2. Agreements and Disagreements with StatementsA. Agreement with Affirmative RemarksB. Agreement with Negative RemarksC. Disagreement with Affirmative RemarksD. Disagreement with Negative Remarks3. Addition to RemarksA. Affirmative Addition to Affirmative RemarksB. Negative Addition to Negative RemarksSample This:Expressions to show agreement:Absolutely right!Exactly!I agree with you up to a point.I assume so.I believe so.I completely agree with you.I think so.I was just going to say that.It is absolutely clear.No doubt about it.Thats for sure.Thats quite true.Thats so true.You have a point there.Expressions to show disagreement:I don’t assume so.I don’t believe so.I don’t think so.I totally disagree.Id say the exact opposite.Im afraid I don’t agree with you.Im not so certain about that.It is untrue to say that.It’s out of the question.No way!Not at all!Not necessarily.Thats not always true.Thats not completely true.This is totally untrue.This will not hold true.2. Agreements and Disagreements With StatementsA. Agreement with Affirmative Remarks(Affirmative Addition to Affirmative Remarks)Pattern – Yes/So/Of course, etc. + Subject + Verb- ‘Be/Do/Have/Modal’Or Just Use Phrase “That’s true”Example 1:Affirmative Remark – She is originally from Britain.Agreement – Yes, she is. [Yes + Subject + Verb- ‘Be’]ORThat’s true!Example 2:Affirmative Remark – Authorities are gathering the evidence.Agreement – So, they are. [So + Subject + Verb- ‘Be’]ORThat’s true!Example 3:Affirmative Remark – She was the most studious student of the batch.Agreement – Of course, she was. [Of course + Subject + Verb- ‘Be’]ORThat’s true!Example 4:Affirmative Remark – Those were interesting stories.Agreement – Yes, those were. [Yes + Subject + Verb- ‘Be’]ORThat’s true!Example 5:Affirmative Remark – They work in multinational company.Agreement – Yes, they do. [Yes + Subject + Verb- ‘Do’]ORThat’s true!