Disagreement Words In Spanish

By adding just a few of these words and phrases to your vocabulary, you can politely oppose any situation. Expressing your consent or refusal is an important part of conversations. How can you proclaim that the person you`re talking to is lodique because you think like that, or how do you approve of another person`s brilliant idea? If you are already at a conversational level in your Spanish, it is very useful to come back to a few words that help to move the conversation forward and convey your ideas even more. Whether you agree with something that has been said or vehemently contradict yourself, here are lists of Spanish words you can use. Hoy vamos a ver cómo expresar acuerdo o desacuerdo en español. Today we will see how to express consent or disagreement in Spanish. What are «biting answers»? These are automatic and authentic ways to respond to almost any personalized request in Spanish. There are eight of them: «Yo también», «Yo no», «Yo sí», «Yo tampoco», «A mí también», «A mí no», «A mí sí» and «A mí tampoco». The first four answers are used in transitive constructs and the other four are used with verbs like gustar. This is important because the shape of the input prompt determines which of the eight are at stake. (Based on a pronoun case and quick construction, four of these eight are immediately dismissed as inappropriate.) Once you`ve identified the four at stake, it`s as easy as determining whether you agree or not.

It should also be noted that the combination «Yo – Yo» and «A mí – A mí» is not the only one. In fact, you can get a relentless response to a custom input request in any grammatical person (i.e., first, second, third.) I say «personalized» to distinguish these expressions from impersonal like «Nieva (It snows)», «Llueve (It rains)» and «Es martes (It`s Tuesday)». Personally, we cannot answer them in the same way. Remember, we also have an interactive game to practice the difference between También and Tampoco. We are clearly in the «Yo… Group and we see that there is only «Yo también» and «Yo no». «Yo sí» and «Yo tampoco» are here because they make no sense in the context. That`s the trick: there will always be two in and two out. Make your choice based on what`s right for you. These are automatic and authentic ways to respond to almost any personalized request in Spanish. There are eight of them: «Yo también», «Yo no», «Yo sí», «Yo tampoco», «A mí también», «A mí no», «A mí sí» and «A mí tampoco». Remember that you can view this list in user-friendly PDF format.

Download the list if you subscribe to the weekly My Daily Spanish newsletter. Nevertheless, the same framework can be applied in the following cases. Do you think I should wash my white clothes with my red shirt? • No estoy de acuerdo al cien por cien: I don`t tout agree • No lo veo muy claro: I am not very sure • No es que lo vea mal, pero…: It`s not that I find it horrible, but. • Puede ser, pero…: It could be, but.. • Estoy de acuerdo: I agree • OK/Vale: OK • ¡Claro que sí ! : Of course! • ¡Muy bien dicho ! : Well said! • En efecto: Indeed • Por supuesto: Naturel • Estoy a favor: I am favor • Evidentemente: Evidentement • Lógico: Logique • Il indudable: There is no doubt about it • Es obvio: It`s obvious • Soy de la misma opinión: I am the same opinion `Tu crees que debo lavar mi ropa blanca con mi camiseta roja? We are still in the «A mí..» Group, but as I led with a negative, «A mí tampoco» and «A mí sí» are at stake. Let it work according to how you feel. It should be noted that many native speakers do not have the «A mí… But rather directly to the «Me gusta… or «No me gusta… This is quite acceptable, but it bothers some people because the «A mí… » .. . .