Can I use "agree" and "disagree" interchangeably? For instance, (utterly disregarding the way the sentence is constructed; it is intentionally written as such) take:
I agree that our game needs better security measures.
and if I do not believe we require better security measures
I disagree that our game needs better security measures.
I feel as though "agree" and "disagree" can be used in place of each other, but only when "agree" does not precede "that", and if it does not make it sound ambiguous (like "I disagree our game needs (..)" could be "I disagree, our game needs (..)").
nah cuz fr that sounds odd to me (odd to me as in it looks awkward, not normal) no cap but on god I've seen people use it like that but like want to confirm whether that's proper usage of "disagree", and particularly, if one should prefer to reword their sentence to avoid using it like that. Would appreciate any help.