How do you write agree or disagree essay in ielts?
Just paraphrase the essay question and present your opinion. Make sure your opinion is consistent from introduction to conclusion. Each body paragraph presents a reason for your view. Your body paragraphs should explain your views with relevant detail.
Do you agree or disagree statements?
1) Do you agree or disagree with the following statement? People are never satisfied with what they have; they always want something more or something different. Use specific reasons to support your answer. 2) Do you agree or disagree with the following statement?
What does strongly disagree mean?
If you disagree with someone or disagree with what they say, you do not accept that what they say is true or correct. You can also say that two people disagree. You must continue to see them no matter how much you may disagree with them. They can communicate even when they strongly disagree.
How do you reply to Do you agree?
Just write “YES” or “NO” and then draw a trollface. It’s not like you didn’t answer the question.
How do you ask do you agree?
The proper manner to ask and answer using “agree” is: Do you agree with me? or Are you agree with me? YesI agree….Answers being:Yes, I do!Yes, I am!Yes, I am! or simply:Yes, I agree! or even:Yes I do agree!
How do you do reply?
The short answer is: yes, the answer to “How do you do?” is “How do you do?” It is also acceptable to reply “I’m fine, and you?” and similar variations. However — and this is important to the etiquette side of things and not so much the language side — “how do you do?” is actually not a question!
What do you say when someone asks how’s your family?
You can say, “We’re fine, thanks for asking. How are you and your family?”
How do you respond to Howdy?
Howdy! can be replied to with just a nod and a smile. It simply means “Hi!” in Texan – not “How are you doing?”. Or you might reply, “Hey Y’all Doon?” if you want to engage in proper Texan interactions. Replying in proper English, well pronounced, with each syllable clearly spoken, is HIGHLY discouraged.
What to reply when someone says where do you put up?
“Where are you staying?”, would be a more correct and common way to ask.
What have you been up to meaning?
what have you been up to? – it means I haven’t seen you for a long time, so tell me what you have been doing? You can answer anything that kept you busy. E.g: “What have you been up to today?” – , “I was at work until 2:00pm, and then I went to the store to pick up some milk.” Hope this helps :D.
What have you up to?
It means what are you doing or planning to do. For example, if you were to ask “What are you up to Friday night?” you are asking if the person has specific plans. If you were to catch someone acting suspiciously, you could also ask “What are you up to?” meaning what are you truthfully doing right now?
How are you holding up?
“How are you holding up” implies that the person being addressed has been in a difficult or stressful situation, and the person doing the inquiring is asking how the person is, under the circumstances, and showing sympathy.
How you have been doing?
“How have you been?” is a common question from native English speakers. It’s asking what you have been up to and how life has been for you from from a certain point in time. Perhaps you’re being asked how you’ve been doing since the last time you saw each other.
How do you feel how are you feeling?
“How are you feeling today” – The word feeling implies that the person is able to change from feeling to feeling say in physical wellbeing after an injury or illness. “How do you feel today” – The word feel assumes the person is stuck in a feeling – How do you feel today about what happened yesterday?
What does it mean when someone has a hold on you?
You really got a hold on me. “ Derived from a wrestling term, choke hold, this term now means that a person has a (romantic) emotional power over a person. To which, the person says you have a hold on me.
Has been hold or held?
Present PerfectSingularPlural1 PersonI have heldwe have held2 Personyou have heldyou have held3 Personhe/she/it has heldthey have held
What hold on means?
intransitive verb. 1a : to maintain a condition or position : persist. b : to maintain a grasp on something : hang on. 2 : to await something (such as a telephone connection) desired or requested broadly : wait.