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Posted by rfvv on Wednesday, February 1, 2017 at 7:59pm.



1. I totally disagree with you.
2. I completely disagree with you.
3. I entirely disagree with you.
( Do they mean that I don't agree with you at all?)


(Are they grammatical? What is the difference in meaning? 4. I totally don't agree with you.
5. I completely don't agree with you.
6. I entirely don't agree with you. partial negation?) • English - Writeacher, Wednesday, February 1, 2017 at 8:33pm
You're right about 1, 2, and 3.

For 4, 5, and 6, the ideas are correct, but the phrasing is a bit awkward. Better would be any of these:

I don't agree with you at all.
I don't agree with you.
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Thank you for your help.

4-1. I don't agree with you totally.
5-1. I don't agree with you completely.
6-1. I don't agree with you entirely.

(Do these three sentences mean that I agree with you partially?)

asked by rfvv
  1. 4-1, 5-1, and 6-1 are much better, yes.

    You really don't need the adverb there. The sentence "I don't agree with you" is already complete.
    =)

    posted by Writeacher

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