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    #1

    short answer and would like

    Hi, I' d like to know from a native speaker which option is ok. Thanks

    the question: would you like to go on a student exchange programme?

    1) Yes, I would
    2) Yes, I do
    3) Yes, I'd like to

    Thanks. Rip

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    #2

    Re: short answer and would like

    Both #1 and #3 are possible.

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    #3

    Re: short answer and would like

    You can also just say "Yes" or "Yes please".

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