When people are together, they get together, etc., they work together and don`t face each other, but I don`t see any significant difference in the second couple. “in agreement with” sounds a little strange to my ear, however, but that`s probably because I`ve never seen or heard anything that isn`t a document that is a prepositional phrase object “with the…” We all agree that Mr. Ross should resign. These results coincide with our earlier conclusions. Agreement is a transitive verb that requires active consent, not a passive state of conformity with. If it says “We have agreed” or “We agree”, it is an active consent a posteriori. 1a. He acted in accordance with the rules. 1b. He acted in accordance with the rules.
I have a question about “agree with” and “agree with”. Dictionaries think they are pretty much identical. But for these pairs of sentences, the Council agrees with government policy. However, when I read the first couple, B implies to me that the subject is not particularly in line with the rules, but that he complies with them to avoid trouble. A implies that it respects the rules and also approves them within the framework of its principles. 2a. His behavior matched the smile on his face. 2b. His behavior matched the smile on his face.
Better: his behavior matched the smile on his face, which meant that an observer could either look at his smile or his behavior, and insuit, wait, or understand the other. If an idea resonates in a group or country, people agree with it 2a &2b. His behavior did not match his smile, nor did his behavior consult his smile, and then behaved accordingly, both fake. 1a. He and the rules did not agree on anything, in fact or tacitly, so false. If people agree, they all agree on what to do by thinking in the same way or having the same opinion as someone else who shows that someone likes or approves of someone, accepts or accepts something formal, even if you don`t want 1b. what was needed and what was done. When people are united, they have the same goals or beliefs felt or made by each of two or more people in the same way, when people or things are at the same pace, they agree or move at the same speed Very little, as far as I can determine.
It depends on the definitions of the words and/or how they are used in a colloquial way.. . .