Differences between 'agree on', 'agree with' and 'agree to'


Please tell me differences between “agree on”, “agree with” and “agree to”.




They all refer to the idea of acceptance.

Agree on a plan suggests two or more people have the same idea about what should be done.

Agree with a proposal or another person when you accept that proposal or the person’s point view because both are the same - yours and theirs.

Agree to often plus an infinitive as in: agree to do something as when you have volunteered to do something.



what about “argree to+N”?
agree to: We have agreed to their request for a full investigation


Welcome, NC7!

Indeed, you can either agree to something or agree something: We have agreed (to) their request.