“Absolutely. I'd love to.”

English Lesson: Absolutely. I'd love to.

A girl in one of your classes is asking you out on a date. You like her a lot, so you want to accept her invitation and you say this.

Absolutely. I'd love to.

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I'd love to.

This is the basic way to accept an invitation to do something. Here's an example:

A: Would you like to join me for dinner?

B: I'd love to.

This phrase is a pretty traditional and slightly formal answer. A more casual (and less serious) answer would be:

Yeah, sure.

Another answer that falls somewhere between "I'd love to" and "Sure" is:

That would be great.


Say "Absolutely" to express that you completely agree with what someone has said.

You can agree with someone's opinion this way.

A: I've always said that you shouldn't hire anyone who you don't feel 100% certain about.

B: Absolutely. I totally agree.

You can also agree to a request:

A: Hey, can I talk to you for a minute?

B: Absolutely.

"Absolutely" sounds even more definite than "yes". You answer "Absolutely" when you're really sure that the answer is "yes".