The Agreement Is Fine With Me

We can say “I agree with you” or “I agree with you” (more formal). We can also say “agree” + verb, for the action that arises from the agreement: The project is correct for me = I agree with the existing or progress of the project. Never use “those” with country, state or city names. We often find the right phrase for me according to verbs like sounds or appearance. X looks good to me {or another verb} means that you approve of how something looks or is. But you can`t use that to authorize an event or something that happens. They are also used as speech markers – words that organize a conversation. These words show transitions, agreements, disagreements, etc. X is fine with me means you agree that something should happen. “Fine with me” is more formal than “Fine by me”, but just a little.

The project is good for me = The current state or progress of the project is correct. I already agree that the project exists (or maybe I`m not and I hate working on this project). The last example makes me think that it was written by my son as a teenager. The environment is not bad, but what is “good”? The first clearly says that the details are achievable, that the treaty can move forward. The details of the contract, as defined in your document, are acceptable to me. “But I`ll be there.” “Ok, me too.” “Okay.” “And we`re not going to call, write or write. No. “No, it`s depressing. “Yes, okay. “Okay. Okay, your train is going to leave.

Say goodbye. “Isn`t it? This means that Rachel has no objection to starting piano lessons in the fall. Its meaning changes slightly if used in different ways. Speech markers – n. a word or words that organize a conversation history refers to everything that has happened in the past, especially in the political, economic and social field. History is always based on truth and facts. . 2. Show the end of a conversation (or topic of conversation) Finally, the adjective form is ok. It means pretty good or not bad. You might hear an American say, “The new boss seems like a good person.” A couple says goodbye to a train station. They want to be in the same place six months later.

Your sad farewell looks like this: imagine watching a movie about love, like “Before Sunrise.” However, prepositions are very flexible words and acceptable uses often change over time. An example that comes to mind is the phrase “by accident,” which is sometimes used instead of the more conventional “random.” You can see the benefits discussed and discussed online on straightdope, in The Grammar Log and on our sister page ELU. (This language program claims that the gap is intergenerational.) Write to us in the comments section of our website or on our Facebook page. A story can be truth or fiction; It is the description of an event or series of events that are normally invited to teach or maintain. The word ok can act as a noun, verb, adjective, or adverb. I doubt I would use either of the two expressions in a business paper. . . .