What does it mean to concur with someone?
What is the difference between 'I agree' and 'I concur'?
- The chairman can also say "I agree", however he would come across as being a subordinate to CEO's directive, whereas he's actually ratifying it. The employee, on the other hand, cannot really use the phrases I concur or I do not concur because they sounds odd in adverserial situation as a direct statement.
Is it odd to say 'I concur with you'?
- It would be odd to say "I concur with you" because concur, coming from the Latin root con (together or with) and the verb currere (to run), is literally "run with".
Should the public concur with US?
- If the public dissent from our views, we say that they ought to concur with us. Many volunteers tend to concur that there are disadvantaged people in their home countries, but the scale of disadvantage outside their home countries is felt to be greater. Her pretty dissembling is sure proof, but all concur in its bewitching seeming.
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