Other Ways to Say “I Agree” strongly during a formal business meeting (to your boss, colleagues)
In a formal business meeting, there are ideas that you support whole-heartedly without a single doubt. Use the following ways to say “I agree” strongly.
07“That is absolutely true. “
It is a way of stating that you agree completely with the person presenting their ideas. No other opinions are going to make you change your mind.
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08“Exactly what I was thinking”
It is a way of saying that the idea is precisely your thought or point.
You entirely support the opinion, and this is why you say “exactly what I was thinking”.
09“Definitely what I am talking about”
It emphasizes a stated point in support of your idea. Use it after someone adds extra information that aligns with your suggestions.
10“Precisely my point”
The ideas presented are what you thought, and you were either about to state them or you had previously explained them to the people in the meeting. Use it to agree completely with the extra information that supports your cause.
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11“Totally true/correct “
It is with uttermost completeness that you are in support of another person’s opinions, without a single doubt. You agree completely with what they say, and you have proof that they are correct.
12“You stand unopposed “
It is the same as stating that no one can challenge a person’s idea. Use it when you have every single idea needed to back up an opinion and declare its worth.
Other Ways to Say “I Agree” during a casual discussion (to friends, family, partners)
Talking about the current news going on around you with family and friends may deem you to agree at some point to their ideas.
Use the following examples of Other Ways to Say “I Agree” during a casual discussion.
Use “why not” to agree to a situation where you suggest what a person can do to make them or others better. When being used on its own, it is a way of saying you can’t think of a better way to proceed.
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14“I guess that is true”
When you are not completely sure of a situation, but the other party needs your opinion, use this phrase. “I guess that is true” helps them know that you partially agree with them.
15“That is a sure thing”
It is a way of saying you support the idea because you have valid information to accompany it and can prove they are correct. Use it after you have researched or are very sure that the opinion is correct.
16“I am okay with it”
Being okay with a point means you agree with it based on not being able to prove the other person wrong. You lack credible sources of information to validate any other point.
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17“Yes, keep going.”
Include “Yes, keep going” in the middle of a statement to state your support for an idea. It is a way of telling the person to continue explaining their point because you agree with them.
18“I suppose so “
When you are not very sure of whether the person is telling the truth or not, then use “I suppose so.”
It lets them know them that you partially agree with their ideas.
19“Yes, we can move forward.”
After you come to a conclusion agreed upon by all parties, then let them know that “yes, we can move forward.” It shows you agree with their previous points and you want to go ahead.
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Other Ways to Say “I Agree” strongly during a casual discussion (to friends, family, partners)
Casual discussions are usually not so serious, but there are some ideas presented that need your total support. In this case, use the following examples of alternative phrases to “I agree”.
20“Let’s do this”
You totally agree with their opinions, and this is why you allow them to do it. It also shows you would like to make their idea even better by making your own suggestion after this phrase.
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21“Of course, yes”
You are with no doubt supportive of their topic of discussion and their opinions, making you say “Of course, yes.”
22“There is no other way we can do this. “
You end up cornered and have no other alternative, making their idea the best way to handle a situation.
23“Awesome idea. Let’s do it. “
The idea is perfect for the set job, and this is why you call it awesome and say you need to use it. You trust the point completely.
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24“You are completely right.”
You find nothing wrong in what they have to say, and this is why you support their opinions completely.
Agreeing to points, opinions, and ideas is so frequent that you may end up saying the same word repeatedly. It turns out to be monotonous and exhausting if you don’t change it to other forms.
It is why you need to use some of the above examples of Other Ways to Say “I Agree” in a business or casual discussion.