In written English or a grammar quiz “Yes, I understood" is the correct answer. Technically “Yes, I understood” is correct because the question “Did you understand" is past tense so a correct response should be in the past tense also however, in colloquial/native speaker English both are correct.
· We’re going to look at six situations where you might need to say “yes”: Say “yes” to a request. Agree with an opinion. Say “yes” to an offer. Confirm a fact. Give permission. Say “yes” to a suggestion. Ways to Say Yes in English #s:
· When You Understand Someone’s Opinion: Fair enough / I see where you’re coming from / I take your point / That makes sense. These are all polite ways to show that you understand and respect someone’s opinion, without having to say if you agree with them. Of course / Absolutely. Use these phrases to show that you not only understand what.
· For example, if you don’t have the item in the color and size they want it, there’s no way to say yes! The best thing to do in these situations is to be upfront about what you can and can’t do for them, and try to offer other solutions. If there’s anything else I can do for you today, please let me know. I’m here to help.
You only need to know Well if you want to say yes, say yes And if you want to say no, say no 'Cause there's a million ways to go You know that there are And if you want to be me, be me And if you want to be you, be you 'Cause there's a million things to do You know that there are [Chorus] Well, if you want to sing out, sing out And if you want to be free, be free 'Cause there's a million things to be.
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