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Difference btw "agree upon" and "agree to"
what is the difference between Agree Upon and Agree to?
In what context is each phrase used?
Ok... i think it is Agree upon when it is a consensus or an unanimous decision by a group
Agree to - he was forced to agree to the proposal
Can some one confirm if this is correct?
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