For instance, ...
Another good example is...
On example is...
I couldn't agree more.
Yes, I agree.
I think so too.
I'm not sure that's a good idea.
You may be right, but...
Yes, that's true, but...
I'm sorry to disagree with you, but...
I'm afraid I have to disagree.
I see what you mean, but...
It's true that X, however, Y.
I don't think so either.
In conversation, sometimes meaning depends on intonation
We haven't done quickwrites yet, have we?
|No.||OK||AGREE (we haven't)|
|No, we haven't||OK||AGREE (we haven't)|
|Yes.||Confusing. Only works with careful intonation||DISAGREE (we have)|
|Yes, we have!||This is only correct with careful intonation||DISAGREE (we have)|
IN TOEIC tests, it will not be this unclear.
Usually they will add more to be clear
No, not yet.
Yes, we finished them earlier.
Or they will change the tense or verb to make wrong answers
No, we can't. (wrong verb)
No, we hadn't. (wrong tense)
No, they haven't. (wrong pronoun)