Yes ( interjection , adverb , noun )

(As an interjection)

Yes ( interjection )

An exclamation of agreement or affirmation.

Origin:

The origin of the word yes is not certain, but it is believed to have come from the old english word “gēs”, which was a way of expressing agreement.

Examples:

  1. Yes, I agree with you.
  2. Do you want to come with us? Yes!
  3. Yes, that's what I meant.
  4. Yes, I would like to order a coffee.
  5. Is tomorrow a good day for you? Yes, that works.

(As an adverb)

Yes ( adverb )

An exclamation of agreement or affirmation.

Origin:

The origin of the word yes is not certain, but it is believed to have come from the old english word “gēs”, which was a way of expressing agreement.

Examples:

  1. Yes, I agree with you.
  2. Do you want to come with us? Yes!
  3. Yes, that's what I meant.
  4. Yes, I would like to order a coffee.
  5. Is tomorrow a good day for you? Yes, that works.

(As a noun)

Yes ( noun )

An exclamation of agreement or affirmation.

Origin:

The origin of the word yes is not certain, but it is believed to have come from the old english word “gēs”, which was a way of expressing agreement.

Examples:

  1. Yes, I agree with you.
  2. Do you want to come with us? Yes!
  3. Yes, that's what I meant.
  4. Yes, I would like to order a coffee.
  5. Is tomorrow a good day for you? Yes, that works.
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