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*Maria*
Russian Federation

idioms
 

Dear colleagues!

My student asked me for an idiomatic equivalent of a phrase "I (absolutely) agree". Do you have any ideas?

1 Apr 2011      



almaz
United Kingdom

"Is the Pope a Catholic?"
"Do bears retreat to the woods for defecatory purposes?"
etc.

1 Apr 2011     



maroemma
Greece

"We are on the same page"

1 Apr 2011     



libertybelle
United States

We see eye to eye.

1 Apr 2011     



Kate (kkcat)
Russian Federation

We are on the same wave length.

1 Apr 2011     



maroemma
Greece

http://idioms.thefreedictionary.com Check this out. It might help you find some more 

1 Apr 2011     



*Maria*
Russian Federation

Thanks a lot!

1 Apr 2011     



ldthemagicman
United Kingdom

Dear Maria,
 
To be of one mind with someone.

To be of the same opinion as someone.

To share the same view as someone.

To be at one with someone.

To go along with something.

To give the go-ahead to something.

To give the green light to something.

To give the thumbs-up to something.

To rubber-stamp something.

To strike a bargain with someone.

To clinch something.

 
I hope that this helps.
Les

1 Apr 2011     



*Maria*
Russian Federation

Oh, yes, it does! Thank you very much!!!

1 Apr 2011