It is true that there are still words that we do not know. But if you learn entire sentences with „disagree,“ rather than the word „disagree“ per se, you can learn much faster! 7, We disagreed on how to adopt this position. Here too, there is no real communication without sentences. If you read words, you wouldn`t understand what I`m telling you. 5, Horsley and Hayling disagreed on the move from Manchester. 1. The things she said were always at odds with the teacher or another member of the class. 12, I do not agree with him as to his assessment of his character. Sentences are everywhere. Without sentences, the language doesn`t really work. Three, you did not agree on the move to Cambridge. A simple sentence with „disagree“ contains a subject and a verb, and it can also have an object and modifiers. However, it contains only one independent clause.
A virulent disagreement between the two friends led them to stop talking. 🔊 A complex sentence with „disagree“ contains at least one independent clause and at least one dependency clause. Dependent clauses can relate to the subject (who, which) the sequence/time (since, during) or causal elements (because if) of the independent clause. . . .