I'm not satisfied as you said

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kenichii

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Filipino
Hello everyone!

How can I say that I don't agree with what he says?
For example:

A: I know you're satisfied.

Can I say
1. I'm not satisfied as you said.
2. I'm not satisfied as what you're saying.

I think it's better to say "I'm not satisfied as what you're implying"

Could you shed some light please?
 
  • pmaka06

    Senior Member
    Hi kenichii,

    I'm not satisfied with what you said - PAST TENSE
    I'm not satisfied with what you are saying.

    The best way to say "I don't agree with" is to use that phrase:
    I don't agree with what you said/what you are saying.

    It's better to use "implying" if that's what you want to express! They are synonyms in some but not all cases.

    Do you want to express it in a more polite way and that is why you are asking about "not satisfied" for "don't agree" and "impy" for "say"?
     
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    pmaka06

    Senior Member
    I think I see more clearly what you are trying to say.

    I'm sorry for my misunderstanding!

    I think the best way to express this would be simply, "no, I am not satisfied". There are many ways to say it:

    I disagree, I am not satisfied.
    I disagree (with what you said/are saying) and I am not satisfied.
    You are incorrect, I am not satisfied.
    You are wrong, I am not satisfied.
    What you said is wrong/incorrect, I am not satisfied.
    And your first attempt good but not often heard - I am not satisfied as you said/say.

    And yes it is possible to say "I am not satisfied like you say/said (I am)" More context would definitely help.
     
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