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John | 18th Sep 2009, 03:44 AM | 會考英語Paper 3 (Speaking) | (799 Reads)

Disagreeing 

Always give a reason or propose an alternative when you disagree with another candidate.  You may introduce your counter ideas using but, because, instead, etc.

(1)   Disagreeing politely

l   Not really, because…

l   Sorry, I think…

l   I’m sorry, I think…

l   I see your point, but…

l   I’m not so sure.

l   I’m not sure about…

l   I’m not so certain, really.

l   I don’t see how it’ll work.

l   I don’t take your point.  Instead …

l   I can see your point but…

l   I agree with you, but I have reservations as to whether....

l   Do you think so?

l   To be honest, not everyone will see it that way…

l   I wouldn’t say that exactly

l   I’m afraid I can’t (agree with you).

l   I’m not so sure about that.

l   I’m not sure if I agree with you.

l   I’m not really sure you are right.

l   I’m inclined to disagree with you.

l   I’m afraid I can’t agree with you.

l   I can't really agree with you there.

l   That’s not how I see it.

l   That’s might not be the way others will see it.

l   I'm sorry, but I have problems with that position.

l   It is a good idea but I wonder if we have overlooked the point that...

l   Don’t you think that you are going a little too far when you say…?

l   Well, I can't completely agree with you.

l   It's not really ideal.

l   I have reservations about that...

l   Yes, but on the other hand...

l   The trouble with that is...

l   I’m afraid you are wrong here.

l   Well, it depends.

l   Well, I don’t know. 

Disagreeing strongly (盡量不要用)

l   I really can’t agree. 

l   I wouldn’t go along with you there.

l   I disagree.

l   I don’t think so.

l   Are you kidding? 

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