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By adding some of these words and phrases to your vocabulary, you can politely object in any situation. Expressing your agreement or disagreement is an important part of the discussion. How can you say that the person you are talking to is a locomotive that thinks so, or how you agree with another person`s brilliant thoughts? If you are already at a conversational level in your Spanish, it is very helpful to use a few words that would help move the conversation forward and convey your ideas even more. So whether you agree with something that has been said or you don`t agree, here are lists of Spanish words that you can use. Hoy vamos a ver cemo expresar acuerdo o desacuerdo en espaéol. Today we will see how we can express points of convergence or disagreements in Spanish. « Jams de los jamases!: Never! « Nunca en vida!: Never in my life! « Anda ya!: Far away! / What are you talking about! « Neither coa/broma! »: Absolutely not! « Neither lo suees!: Don`t even dream of it! In each language, we need to know how to agree or disagree, and here are some useful phrases that you can use if you agree or agree with someone. It`s cierto. « That`s right. It`s true. Estoy de acuerdo. – I agree. Eso creo yo también.

– I think so, too. Yo tampoco. Or yo. – I (s) either. Estoy completamente de acuerdo. – I agree. Estoy ciento por ciento de acuerdo. – I agree 100%. Seguro as sé.

– Absolutely. -Of course. Por supuesto. -Of course. Sin lugar has dudas. – There`s no doubt about it. Estoy de acuerdo con that … – I agree that…

There are many measures you can use to measure language skills in a foreign language. These include the authenticity of the pronunciation, the richness of the words and the sophistication of the discourse. Two out of three so far; All three of them really make a difference. ACTFL`s competency guidance provides a fantastic framework for lesson planning and progress assessment. There are also many other frameworks; Find North on your linguistic compass and lay your groundwork. « Eses evil of the cabeza!: You`re crazy! « Y eso, de d`nde lo has sacado? »: Where did you hear that? Deja decir chorradas!: Stop talking about garbage and garbage! « Esto no tiene ni pies ni cabeza!: It doesn`t make any sense! « No me vengas con historias!: Don`t give me this rubbish! « No Digas tonteraas!: Don`t talk about rubbish/trash! « Te`sests Loco/a! »: you`re crazy! « Let you create you eso!: You can`t believe it either! Pero, que dices?: But, what do you say? « No sabes lo que dices!: You don`t know what you`re talking about! Now let`s look at some familiar ways of saying no in Spanish or disagreeing: we can go on like this for a while. It is interesting to note that here there is a certain discount that is specifically for English and Spanish… and some chaotic mega-mistakes that happen on the English side. For example, we are clearly in the « Yo…

and we see that there is only « Yo también » and « Yo no » in play.