FrenchWhat do you mean?  You are agree with me?

Why wrong:  Sometimes languages have different forms to say the same thing.  French uses the idiom être d’accord whereas English simply has a verb:  to agree.OK Businessman

Correct it:  “I agree with you.”

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“I’m agree with you.”