I think that yes / no question is really tricky for non native English speakers to learn.
Someone says 'Yes, you are wrong.', but someone says, "No, you are wrong." because wrong is a negative word. For example,
A: Am I wrong?
B: Yes, you are wrong. / No, you are wrong.
Which one is a natural way of answering the question sentence? Or is there a meaning difference between them? Thank you so much as always and I hope to hear from you.
Last edited by Chicken Sandwich; 19-Feb-2013 at 16:41. Reason: added "No, you are not wrong"
I am not a teacher.
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