AEE 369: 4 Ways to Slightly Disagree in English

disagree in English

If you don’t entirely agree with someone, there are ways to express this in English.

Get four ways to slightly disagree with someone in English today!

Here are the 4 ways to disagree slightly in English:

  • “Not exactly”
    • Q: You must have a glamorous life, you live in New York!
    • A: Not exactly. My life is actually pretty average. I work hard and I go to the movies like normal people.

 

  • “Not really”
    • Q: It sounds cool to run your own business. Is it?
    • A: I mean, not really. It’s a lot more work than people think. I work a lot and when I am not working I am thinking about work.

 

  •  “Not quite”
    • Q: So you went to Montreal this summer? You must have eaten a lot of maple syrup, right?
    • A: Not quite. It’s too sweet for me.

 

  •  “Not so much”
    • Q: Your hair is so straight. It must be easy to take care of
    • A: Not so much. I use a hair straightener. It takes a lot of work.

 

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