When translating from English come French, just how well carry out these two term translate? for example, in English you have the right to say "I'm okay", however in French friend couldn't say "Je suis d'accord". What other constraints does d'accord have? periodically it seems like "alors" or "bien" would work better when translating words "okay". Do these translation listed below work grammatically?

That's ok with me. --> C'est d'accord avec moi.

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Ok, we'll do that next. --> D'accord, nous ferons ça ensuite.


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"D'accord" only method "OK" in the sense of acquiescence. Remember that "je suis d'accord" method "I agree". Just "d'accord" ~ above its very own is a shorter kind of that.

In English "OK" is also used as an adjective, yet there's no identical of this in French (apart from making use of OK itself, but this is frowned upon). You have to think about what you really mean, is that good, acceptable, tolerable?


OK in English is a tricky one due to the fact that it have the right to be supplied in so countless ways conversely, in various other languages castle use countless different terms.

Like 'ça marche to water moi', is an ext like 'that functions for me' together opposed to 'that's ok through me' (but still means the very same thing, together it largely does in English).

To be ethical I only ever really listen 'D'accord' either on its own as a statement of understanding/giving the a-OK, or in ~ the beginning of a sentence.


Use "d'accord" if you can use "I agree" or "I accept". Otherwise, don't usage it. The first sentence would be understood however sounds weird (And you wouldn't speak "That's ns agree with me". "C'est d'accord to water moi" would currently be closer, while still weird).

I 2nd repossi's translation of "ça marche (pour moi)".

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One means to to speak "That's ok through me" is "C'est bon to water moi." however not "C'est d'accord avec moi".


I reckon 1 would work better with "Ca va avec/pour moi" - I'm not French so take it v a pinch the salt :)


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