Expressing your agreement or disagreement is an important part of the discussion. How can you say that the person you are talking to is a locomotive that thinks so, or how you agree with another person`s brilliant thoughts? If you are already at a conversational level in your Spanish, it is very helpful to use a few words that would help move the conversation forward and convey your ideas even more. So whether you agree with something that has been said or you don`t agree, here are lists of Spanish words that you can use. Hoy vamos a ver cemo expresar acuerdo o desacuerdo en espaéol. Today we will see how we can express points of convergence or disagreements in Spanish. What are „answers“? These are automatic and authentic ways to respond to almost all custom order prompts in Spanish. There are eight: „Yo también,“ „Yo no,“ „Yo,“ „Yo tampoco,“ „A mestén,“ „A mes no,“ „A me s“ and „A m`tampoco.“ The first four answers are used in transitive constructions and the other four with verbs as gustar. This is important because the shape of the command prompt determines which of the eight are in the game. (Based on the Pronoun case and the rapid construction, four of these eight are immediately dismissed as unsuitable.) Once you find out which four are in the game, it`s so easy to determine if you agree or not.
Note that the Spanish side is consistent: Topicpronom – Qualifizier. In English, we combine the pronouns of subjects and objects in a way that is accepted, but is technically incorrect. In English, in some cases, we also use the verb „I am“ and „I`m not,“ but not others: „Me too“ and „Me neither.“ Oddly enough, some native English speakers will overcorriger in Spanish and say „Yo soy“ or „Yo no soy“. It should also be noted that when a native English speaker prepares for the case in English, he comes out stupid/stylized. Pues esto`s todo por hoy. You can try to use these phrases every time you accept, refuse or partially accept someone. Try to mix them up and don`t always use the same as you will forget the others. I suggest you leave the familiar expressions we`ve learned here for conversations with which you`re friends, or with people who know how to make a joke, because some familiar expressions might seem a little rude if you don`t use them in the right times and with the right tone of voice. The correct use of familiar Spanish requires time and exercise.
It is good to listen to native speakers who speak to each other as often as possible to get an idea of how we use expressions. Try watching Spanish TV programmes or listening to Spanish radio if you don`t live in an area with Spanish speakers. I hope that this explanation of the „answers“ will help you improve your language skills and confidence in Spanish. Click here for a video tutorial on the subject.