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correct idiom?

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16 Mar 2008, 13:56
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I agreed with her proposal to strengthen it.
I agreed to her proposal to strengthen it.
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16 Mar 2008, 14:32
vscid wrote:
I agreed with her proposal to strengthen it.
I agreed to her proposal to strengthen it.

i agree with you.
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16 Mar 2008, 14:45
So, option 2 is correct in this case?
Is there a source to confirm this?
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16 Mar 2008, 16:08
It's basic stuff..

You agree TO a proposal, but you agree WITH a person.
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17 Mar 2008, 16:03
vscid wrote:
So, option 2 is correct in this case?
Is there a source to confirm this?

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