agree 同意する

May 9, 2015 =========
☆ agree 同意する
The verb “agree” is often used with a preposition, the most commons ones are to, with, and on. Let’s look at how to use them:
If you “agree with” someone you have the same opinion. “I agree with you about the meeting time.”
If you “agree with” an action you approve of it. “I agree with what the government is doing.”
If you “agree to” something that is suggested it means that you will allow it to happen. “My boss agreed to me having a week off in July.”
If you “agree to do” something, you mean that you will do it. “He agreed to let me use his car.”
If you reach a decision together with another person, you “agree on” it. “My sister and I agreed on what gift we would buy our mother for her 60th birthday.”
Can you make a sentence using “agree” in any of these ways?