Hello Cam, this is Josh and I have a small and brief doubt about the expression AGREE TO/WITH and ACCORDING TO/WITH.
And I have another question, that is about some British author that I believe you must likely know and he is the author of Doctor Faustus. His name is Christopher Marlowe.
I will ask you for information first about the expressions.
My first question is that what preposition is correct in the expression ACCORDING and AGREE ¿IN or TO? whether both are correct, when must each of them be used?
Here in Spanish I was having the same doubt about it.
"De acuerdo CON..."
"De acuerdo A..."
I listened and heard from a Spanish Grammar teacher of class of some superior semester students, that there is a tiny thin difference between these two prepositions and each of them has a different use.
I think, "A" is used when reffering to a book, thing or work and "CON" when reffering to a person's words.
My other subject and question is about Literature.
Right now literature is one of my most favourite interest and things I never get tired of quoting and reading and my life and bibliographic work would be really empty without them.
Now I enjoy quite a lot at the "Introducción a la literatura en lengua inglesa" class and the teacher is an amazing academic Lady from Liverpool, who speaks a beautiful, gorgeous, lovely and magnificent English with an accent from Liverpool.
Now I and my teammates, three counting me myself, have a big enormous homework and it is about literature of the time of Renaissanse and the author we have to focus on is Christoher Marlowe and his most remarkable work "Doctor Faustus".
What I am asking you is:
¿What can you tell me about this author and about the literature of this period of time, about this author and this work?
Anything is fine and I expect patiently your answer.
Also whenever you have a doubt about Spanish, do not hesitate about asking me and I will answer as fast as a moonlight shodow throughtout an stellar Rainstars.