You can therefore see that “in contradiction”, the choice of preposition does not motivate as much as the meaning of the action. In each of these sentences, the prepositional purpose of the disagreement is understood and refers to the parties involved in the “disappointment”; In other words, the subjects of each verb in each of these sentences do not agree “between them” or “with each other” (example 10). If we added another name to the parties involved in the “disagreement,” i.e. change the prepositional object, the preposition would still be used and the prepositions above, on and above would still be correct in each of their respective sentences. Here are three examples that change three of the above sentences: the verb disagree will often be followed by a number of prepositions, z.B. on, on, above and with. Are they interchangeable? When, why and in what contexts should they be used? Take a look at how we can express points of convergence and disagreements of an order of magnitude with the following words and phrases. Note in sentences related to disagreements, such as the use of the “but” preposition indicates that you do not agree with what is being said. The people involved are “in contradiction”, that is, in disagreements or conflicts, between them, and they disagree on, on, in, or on a subject. These examples clearly show that the “natural complement” of disagreement always refers to the person, object or subject to disagreement, whereas in, in, on and above, these are only expressions that introduce prepositional phrases that provide more information about the prepositional purpose of the disagreement. Prepositions on, on and above are almost always interchangeable in these contexts. N.b. Other prepositions can be found immediately after disagreement, but they are simply expressions that are used to introduce an adverbiale sentence.
An example is in: Test your understanding of the prepositions of the place with phrases on the Australian coast. In contexts where disagreement in one of its two primary senses, i.e. the opposite of agree, does not agree, there is often no necessary or indicated preposition. Here are three examples: in these three examples, it is understood that the “discord” lies between the themes cited and that, therefore, these topics are “together” or, as in examples 2 and 3, “one another”. “Together” and “together” are prepositional objects that grammars call “the natural complement of an inexitative verb.” Also, if the disagreement with his other feelings of inconsistency or otherwise is used to not match; To have a negative effect be harmful, with is always the only correct preposition used to introduce the prepositional object.