What is the Meaning of the English Phrasal Verb
for English Language Learners (ELL) – those learning to speak English as a Second Language (ESL), or English as an Additional Language (EAL)
something agrees with someone
Remember: A phrasal verb’s definition is different than the meaning of the verb + preposition. It is difficult to guess at the meaning of a phrasal verb. Phrasal verbs must be memorized, in the same way new vocabulary must be memorized.
AGREE WITH can also be as a regular verb + preposition meaning: to have the same idea or opinion as someone. e.g., I agree with you.
The definition for the phrasal verb AGREE WITH is below.
If something agrees with you, it makes you feel happy or healthy.
If a certain food or drink doesn’t agree with you, it makes you feel unwell.
Examples of AGREE WITH in Sentences:
1. Holidaying at the ocean obviously agrees with you. You look great!
2. Is retirement agreeing with you?
3. Do you mind if we go home early? Something I ate at the restaurant isn’t agreeing with me.
4. I like garlic, but it doesn’t agree with me.
Note: This phrasal verb is most commonly used in the negative.
|present participle||AGREEING WITH|
|past participle||AGREED WITH|