Grammar Patterns

ADJ on n

The 'agreed' group

These adjectives indicate that two or more people or groups agree or disagree about something. These adjectives are reciprocal adjectives.
The three major opposition parties were said to be agreed on a candidate, but have yet to meet to make a final announcement.
The two countries remained far apart on details.
The preposition on is sometimes followed by an '-ing' clause.
Both the two main election contenders are agreed on wanting greater democracy and a move towards a western-style market economy.
The preposition on is sometimes followed by a wh-clause.
If the three main political parties agree on nothing else, they are unanimous on what science is for.
  • agreed
  • apart
  • unanimous
  • unified
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