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1. I don't know whether she'll do it or not to.


2. There's one event ________ week.


3. She ________ there very often.


4. I have decided a few days ago.


5. Those who ________ the idea are very angry.



6. There were cars parked on ________ side of the road.


7. I was born in the seventies and like that kind of a music.


8. I spoke to ________ of them.


9. ________ to his or her own.


10. Alka, who's on holiday at the moment, she is my neighbour.


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1. Exactly.
2. Absolutely.
3. That's so true.
4. That's for sure.
5. I agree 100%
6. I couldn't agree with you more.
7. That's exactly what I think. / That's exactly how I feel.
8. (informal) Tell me about it! / You're telling me!
9. (informal) I'll say!
10. I suppose so. (use this phrase for weak agreement you agree, but reluctantly)
Note: Avoid the common error of saying "I'm agree" the correct phrase is "I agree" or "I'm in agreement" the second one is more formal.
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