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How to Agree and Disagree

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Agreeing and disagreeing can be tricky in English, as our answer has to match the grammar of the original statement. We also need to change our answer depending on whether the original statement was negative or positive. It’s quite confusing! Read through the statements below and see if you can decide which answer matches the statement. Think:
What is the main verb in the statement?
Is the statement positive or negative?

Good luck!

Lesson by Caroline

  • 1. I don't like mushrooms.

  • 2. I love to swim.

  • 3. I can touch my nose with my tongue!

  • 4. I haven't got any brothers or sisters.

  • 5. I love music from the fifties!

  • 6. I've never been to Colombia.

  • 7. I'm not happy about the new teacher.

  • 8. I tried to do the homework, but I can't do it.

  • 9. I really want some chocolate.

  • 10. I went to the cinema last night.