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Dear Ronnie, now I can soften my answers easily. And I am up-to-date. Thank you!

Arminius

Thank you Ronnie!

Lalananana

THANKS RONNIE FOR THIS WONDERFUL LESSON .

may yakoubi

Thank you Ronnie.

santos.langa

Perhaps such confusing answers exist in many languages. In the Russian language they are definitely exist.

Goryanchik Maxim

Hello Ronnie,

“Hey, are you going to hang out later?” The use of the words ‘yes’ and ‘no’ at the beginning and end in response to the question already shows whether the answer is positive or negative, but of course, the emotional state of the person who says it is also important. For example; If yes is at the end, it is positive, but if no is at the end, it is negative. So the last word determines the situation.

I wonder what it would be like if the newly married couples said ‘yes’ and ‘no’ to each other at the official wedding table and gave answers like the ones you mentioned; I guess there could have been either a fiasco or a tragedy…

Best Regards!

musta33

Hi Ronnie, this is so interesting, I think we, the spanish speakers, do that sometimes.

Violeta Miranda

If someone asks me if you liked this video I Will say:
Yeah, no for sure.
Thanks Ronni.

Rahma Maher Diab

thankyou RONNY

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