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Common Differences Between Yes and No

Use yes with affirmative sentences; use no with negative sentences.

  • Are you going out? Yes, Iím. (NOT No, Iím)
  • Are you coming with us? No, Iím not.
  • I have no idea what is happening. No, I havenít either.
  • Havenít you got a sister? Yes, I have.
  • Havenít you got a car? No, I havenít.
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Common Difference between Yes and No New!
Common Difference between Whose and Who's New!
Common Difference between Why and Why not New!
Common Difference between Would and Used to New!
Common Difference between When and If New!
Common Difference between In the Way and On the Way New!



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