Être d’accord

The Subjunctivisor!

Does être d’accord require the subjunctive?

Être d’accord may require the subjunctive, depending on what it means and whether it is used affirmatively, negatively, or interrogatively.

1) Être d’accord que = to agree, be in agreement

Je suis d’accord que Paul a raison.
I agree that Paul is right.

Je ne suis pas d’accord que Paul ait raison.
I don’t agree that Paul is right.

Es-tu d’accord que Paul ait raison ?
Do you agree that Paul is right?

2) Être d’accord que = to accept, allow (informal)

Je suis d’accord que Louane finisse l’examen demain.
I accept that Louane can finish the test tomorrow.

Lessons: Être d’accord  |  Être conjugations

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