Correct spelling, explanation: agree comes from the Old French word agreer (abbreviation of a phrase a gré), hence a similar spelling of these two. Doubling g, as in
aggree is a mistake and there is no reason to do that. The only correct spelling is agree.
Definition of agree:
verb, acknowledge, admit sb is right
I don’t agree with you in terms of hiring new people, I think we should organize training for old employees first.
I wanted pink walls in the bedroom but Mark didn’t agree.
Incorrect spelling, explanation: this form is incorrect (the correct one is agree) since there is no need or historical reason to double consonant g in this word. Thus
aggree is a mispelling. The correct form is agree – from French agreer (favourably).
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