At work or university, with colleagues and friends, in a business meeting or discussion with your professor, sometimes it’s necessary to disagree with someone or simply say no.
And that is ok! In English-speaking culture, it is important to share your opinion and express your ideas. But how do you disagree with someone and still be polite?
Today you’ll learn exactly how you can disagree politely in English with 3 simple strategies.
Note: The art of disagreeing with others differs from one culture to another and person-to-person.
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