Why is there a need to add "je suis" to "d'accord?" There are only 2 people in this conversation, so it would seem obvious that the one is agreeing with the other without identifying himself. It's a bit cumbersome and wordy, esp in spoken interaction. Do people actually talk like that in real life???
Freeform Writing Exercise B1
on its own, is used to say -
Je suis d'accord (avec toi) = I agree ( with you)
You are giving an opinion and you do need the 'je suis' in this case
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