Some different ways of saying YES

It is very common when the examiner asks you some questions in the 1st, and 3rd part of the IELTS Speaking test. Let’s understand with examples,

Is family important in your country?
Yes, it is extremely important. If I talk particularly about my opinion, my family is on the top of my priority list.

Do you drink tea?
Yes, I love tea. My day is incomplete without tea.

Did you ever help someone?
Yes, I have helped many people. I like to do social welfare works.

Alcohol is injuries to health. Do you agree?
Yes, I agree with you. It is really bad for our liver and kidneys.

If you have read the above questions and answers, you would have noticed, I have used YES in all the answers. However, I could make my answers a little more interesting by using alternative words in the place of YES. Now read the below-mentioned questions and answers and see how I have used different words on the place of YES.

Is family important in your country?
Definitely, it is extremely important. If I talk particularly about my opinion, my family is on the top of my priority list.

Do you drink tea?
Certainly, I love tea. My day is incomplete without tea.

Did you ever help someone?
Absolutely, I have helped many people. I like to do social welfare works.

Alcohol is injuries to health. Do you agree?
I couldn’t agree more, It is really bad for our liver and kidneys.

  • Definitely
  • Sure
  • Certainly
  • Absolutely Agree
  • That’s Right
  • I couldn’t Agree more

 

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