Dear Annemarie, I am so happy to find your/this page!! Finally!!! I have been living in Britain for over 20 years; married to an Articulate English speaker; 3 lovely girls and 2 of them raised in college, BUT I only recently realized why and HOW I have irritated and lost over the years so many of my friends and/or relationships. Quite unintentionally.. because of my total inability to use the «law», polite phrases to express my point of view of you and my disagreement. !!! – That`s right. Read more «We use this expression to express doubts about what someone has just said; For example, I would like to thank you for this important and valuable lesson! I have thought about it a lot. or I thought a lot (?) In case of disagreement, the most difficult thing is to gain sympathy. This happens while communication always moves easily with the entire personality, and often no one can indicate eye radius or facial mimicry. The level of adrenaline and other stress hormones in a one-off situation are also important. People must learn all their lives to communicate successfully and build their brakes, while gaining their opinion against others. The specific childhood environment strongly.
Read more » If you don`t agree, people sometimes start to get scared. Or I`m sorry. This is not an excuse, but a way to make their differences more polite; For example, saying that someone is wrong is a frequent expression of disagreement when one thinks that someone has the wrong idea of something without directly saying that it is «false»: are examples of this case: when it comes to expressing differences of opinion in English by examples, there are words and sentences that are adapted to formal written contexts, that are appropriate for informal spoken contexts. It is important to understand these words and phrases that are used to express disagreements in everyday English, so that we can acquire more language skills and performance. There are several ways to express differences of opinion in English when it comes to formal contexts.. . .