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What are the differences between the adverbs-fully, completely, entirely and totally-as used in the following sentences?

I fully agree with you.
I completely agree with you.
I entirely agree with you. (sounds a bit odd!!)
I totally agree with you.

Which of these are grammtically correct?

Dear Teachers, I would really appreciate your help. Thanks.
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None of them sounds odd! All are correct.

From lowest register to highest, I would rank them, if forced, as "totally", "fully", "completely", "entirely", but they are so close that they all fall into that huge class of ordinary, everyday expressions. I think I choose "completely" most often.

CJ
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What is the difference between I agree completely and I completely agree with you?
BeautyOlusakinWhat is the difference between I agree completely and I completely agree with you?

There is no difference.