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  1. CitySpeak
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    Yes

    Is "yes" a verb?

    Do you use "yes" as a verb?

    If so, how do you use "yes" as a verb?

    How often do you use "yes" as a verb?

    Have you ever heard "yes" used as a verb?

    If so, how often do you think you hear "yes" used as a verb?

    How often have you heard "yes" used as a verb?

    If "yes" is used as a verb, does it mean something good or something bad?

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    I think that I have only heard it used as a verb after 'will' (I'll yes that) and would, and then not very often in BE.

  2. CitySpeak
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    Quote Originally Posted by tdol
    I think that I have only heard it used as a verb after 'will' (I'll yes that) and would, and then not very often in BE.

    You mean you have never been "yessed"? And you've never "yessed" anyone.

    I would not have thought it to be used in the simple future to indicate an immediate action.


    I would think: simple present, simple past, past progressive, present progressive - and those only.

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    #4
    Maybe it's more AE. I'll see what others think.

  3. CitySpeak
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    Quote Originally Posted by tdol
    Maybe it's more AE. I'll see what others think.

    Yes, yes, yes, yes..........


    :P 8) :D

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