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What are some different ways of saying "yes" and "no" in Spanish?

For instance, in English we can say (although very informal) "yep" or "nope" and "uh-huh" and "uh-uh". I have heard "simón" and "nombre" used in Spanish...?

Jan 14, 2012 8:54 PM
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Que bien! En Rusia tambien a veces decimos da (sí) como “aja” o “aga”, y decimos net (no) como “ah-ah”. Me gusta esa semejanza! Saludos!

 

April 2, 2012

¡Sipi!!! Me encanta eso. Ajaa. <img title="Cool" src="http://www.italki.com/Scripts/tinymce/jscripts/tiny_mce/plugins/emotions/img/smiley-cool.gif" alt="Cool" border="0" />

January 19, 2012

Holaaa, algunos sonidos  guturales para decir Si como:  "aja", "jumm", "claro", "sipi", "seguro". Para decir No: "ah, ah", "nunca", "jamás".

January 18, 2012

Thanks! That's great, Jose. I think I have heard "sip" before; actually most of the "yes" category, but I will keep an ear out for the others. "okay, nop (nope), naaa" are also used in English. 

January 17, 2012

Hola he encontrado mas maneras de decir si y no en Español

SI: afirmativo, claro, por supuesto, de acuerdo, tienes razón, lo acepto, eso es, sip

NO: ni hablar, ni lo sueñes, de ninguna forma, Naaaaaaaa, nop, ni loco

espero que sea útil 

January 17, 2012
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