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We'll have to agree to disagree. #1 (permalink) Wed Aug 04, 2010 14:42 pm   We'll have to agree to disagree.
 

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ESL/EFL Test #231 "Adverbs of Quantity (4)", question 8

I won't argue about this ......... longer. We'll have to agree to disagree.

(a) many
(b) any
(c) each
(d) some

English Grammar Tests, Elementary Level

ESL/EFL Test #231 "Adverbs of Quantity (4)", answer 8

I won't argue about this any longer. We'll have to agree to disagree.

Correct answer: (b) any

Your answer was: correct
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Hello,
Maybe this is a typo but I think that the sentence should be:
"... We'll have to agree or disagree"
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We'll have to agree to disagree. #2 (permalink) Wed Aug 04, 2010 14:49 pm   We'll have to agree to disagree.
 

Hello,

'We'll have to agree to disagree' is correct as it stands. It is a phrase in common usage which means "we'll have to accept each other's opinions, even though we don't agree with them, because we recognise that we will never reach a mutual agreement."
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