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Agreeing and Disagreeing Quiz

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1. If you're agreeing with someone, it means you have _______ views on the topic you're discussing.

correct
different
the same
a) correct b) different c) the same

2. Which is best for listening to people agreeing and disagreeing?

a news report
a history lecture
a political debate
a) a news report b) a history lecture c) a political debate

3. Which expression shows you strongly agree with what someone's just said?

That's for sure.
I'm not so sure.
Well, I suppose so.
a) That's for sure. b) I'm not so sure. c) Well, I suppose so.

4. Which expresses weak or unsure agreement on something?

No doubt about it.
I doubt it.
I guess so.
a) No doubt about it. b) I doubt it. c) I guess so.

5. Which expression makes it clear that you're sharing an opinion, not stating a fact?

As far as I'm concerned...
As far as I can tell...
As far as I know...
a) As far as I'm concerned... b) As far as I can tell... c) As far as I know...

6. If you say "I couldn't agree with you more", it means you

totally agree
no longer agree
totally disagree
a) totally agree b) no longer agree c) totally disagree

7. Which expresses the strongest disagreement?

I'm not so sure about that.
Not necessarily.
No way.
a) I'm not so sure about that. b) Not necessarily. c) No way.

8. If someone says "Exactly!" after you've shared an opinion, it means they _______ with you.

strongly disagree
strongly agree
might agree
a) strongly disagree b) strongly agree c) might agree

9. What can you say if someone interrupts you before you've finished making your point?

You didn't let me finish.
You didn't finish me.
Sorry, go ahead.
a) You didn't let me finish. b) You didn't finish me. c) Sorry, go ahead.

10. What can you say to settle an argument or end a discussion that's getting too heated?

I beg to differ.
Can I throw my two cents in?
Let's just agree to disagree.
a) I beg to differ. b) Can I throw my two cents in? c) Let's just agree to disagree.

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