My attempt was different from the quiz’s offered answers. But is it okay? ->
“et cette fois, je serais d’accord à sortir avec Paul”
Freeform Writing Exercise B1
No, you couldn't use
être d'accord de faire quelque chose
To agree to do something is to accept to do something
You would accept the invitation to go out with Paul.
accepter -- to acceptêtre d'accord avec... -- to agree with someone's opinion...
Grammatically it is correct, although they do mean different things.
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