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HIGH IMMERSIVE PROGRAMME by IPGKDA ENGLISH DEPARTMENT

LEARN A PHRASE A WEEK

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I BEG TO DIFFER

Meaning/Usage: A polite way of disagreeing

Explanation: Sounds very British for an American. And British English is seen as more polite.

"I beg to differ. I don't think that is the right way to handle the situation."
"I beg to differ. You did a really nice job and deserved the promotion."
"I beg to differ. What he did was inexcusable."

A. "I still think we should get a new car."
B. "I beg to differ. The car we have works fine."
A. "I guess you're right. We can wait."

Other Common Sentences

"I disagree with you."
"I politely disagree."

Translation in Bahasa Melayu

Maafkan saya, namun saya mempunyai pendapat yang berbeza.


 

contributors : Pn Zarina Omar & Hjh Norlidar Abd Hamid