If you have ever had an in-depth conversation or discussion with a Spanish person you will know just how heated they can become! Spanish people tend to be very opinionated and once you get in a discussion with them or if you overhear one you may think they are arguing with each other by the way they speak so loudly, wave their arms around and stamp their feet. However, they are not normally arguing, this is just their animated way of expressing themselves.
In this blog post we will look at how you can agree or disagree with someone’s opinion in Spanish.
Estoy de acuerdo – I agree
Claro – Of course
Claro que sí – Of course (more emphasised)
Seguro que sí – I am sure
Tienes razón – You are right
Por supuesto – Of course
Naturalmente – Clearly
¡Exacto! – Exactly!
No hay duda – There’s no doubt
Yo también – Me too
No estoy de acuerdo – I don’t agree
¡En absoluto! – Absolutely not!
No creo – I don’t think so
No lo veo así – I don’t see it like that
No tiene sentido – It makes no sense
¡Qué va! – What rubbish!
No me digas – No way!
Estoy de acuerdo hasta cierto punto – I agree up to a certain point
No lo veo muy claro – I’m not quite clear about it
Puede ser, pero … – Perhaps, but
Quizás – Perhaps
No estoy seguro/a – I am not sure