How do you avoid using the word that in writing?
To decide whether you can omit that from a sentence, check how naturally and intelligibly the sentence reads without it. Usually, you can drop that if it follows a verb that essentially means to say. This omission mimics natural speech and shouldn’t change the meaning of the sentence.
Is it correct to say I am agree?
“I am agree” is wrong. You can never add “to be” before a verb in English, unless it’s to form the continuous or the passive. “Agree” is a verb, so “I agree” is the only correct phrase.
Do you say I agree or agree?
You can say; I agree/I agreed/I have agreed/I will agree/ and so on. There is no problem with the tense at all. Any tense you like can be used with ‘agree’ of course but the use of the one word ‘Agreed’ without any pronoun is more often used in the business type conversation I mentioned.
What is meaning of Agreed?
Agreed means something that was decided on by two or more people. Two people that settled on a particular time to meet is an example of an agreed time. adjective.
What type of word is agreed?
adjective. arranged or set by common consent: They met at the agreed time.
What is the past form of agree?
Indicativesimple pastⓘ past simple or preteritIagreedyouagreedhe, she, itagreedweagreed2
What does concur mean?
to accord in opinion; agree: Do you concur with his statement? to cooperate; work together; combine; be associated: Members of both parties concurred. to coincide; occur at the same time: His graduation concurred with his birthday.
What is the difference between concur and agree?
The difference between Agree and Concur. When used as verbs, agree means to harmonize in opinion, statement, or action, whereas concur means to unite or agree (in action or opinion).
Do you concur doctor?
“Do you concur, Doctor?” is a phrase Sherlock Holmes says to his companion Dr. Watson. Robert Downey Jr. has played Holmes in two movies while Cumberbatch currently stars in the same role on the popular BBC series. In “Infinity War,” it appears Stark is the Sherlock to Strange’s Watson.