Now you know you have 15 ways to say I agree in German. From weak agreements to strong agreements. Print it out and check it regularly. And now you can express yourself in different ways, which is really impressive. In order to properly express consent in German, it is important to ask whether you agree to do something or agree with a person`s opinion, because the German language here has different terms: The Nominus « Agreement » is « agreement » (f.) in the sense of a contractual agreement or a formal agreement. To be « consensual, » one would have to use « concordance » (f.): « We have an agreement on the terms. » – « We have an agreement on the terms of the contract. » « We are in accordance with the rules. » – « We agree with the rules. » As you can guess, « true » means « true. » Just a different kind of consent. Very weak way of saying that I agree in German. It`s usable, so I`ll put it here. But you can use it in other contexts, like « maybe » in English. RE: « True, the truth » – not quite. « true » means « true, » not « truth. » The latter is « truth. » Weak way to get along with someone in German. Only if you are too lazy to give a damnation! It`s good for conversations! Phrase very commonly used in conversations. If you leave this lesson, it should be at least one of the phrases you remember.
Last word. It`s also good to know for all German beginners. Use it as the English version. Another good direct path and an inescapable phrase for all conversations. This is only for beginners who really want to talk better. If you don`t learn, I don`t care. Let`s continue with the show. « I am. » « I agree with this action. » – « I agree. » – « I agree with you. » It`s a good word, a common word in general.
Be sure to write it down. And look at this article; You will see, « exactly: used in abundance. It can be an adverb and adjective means exactly, exactly, exactly, exactly, etc. Because if you`re smart enough to see that your friend made a point. Or maybe you don`t quite agree, but you notice something valuable that they say.