Get it right: accept
Don’t confuse agree and accept. When you want to say that someone expresses their willingness to do something, use agree with an infinitive. Don’t use accept:
✗ Some people readily accept to work on weekends.
✓ Some people readily agree to work on weekends.
✗ Small communities may not accept to be swallowed up by a general federal system.
✓ Small communities may not agree to be swallowed up by a general federal system.
You can use accept when you want to say that someone recognizes that something is true, fair, or right. It is followed by a noun phrase or a that-clause:
Our clients will never accept this proposal.
The majority of landowners accept that they must obey the law.