Student or Learner
Which usage is correct? She finds out that he is an English and pleased with it and thought to herself:
Nay, he is an English!
Aye, he is an English.
Why do you want to use nay/aye? They would both sound strange, and neither works here IMO.
Yeah, nay and aye are extremely outdated.
If the girl is disagreeing with her previous opinion:
No, he's English (or "an Englishman").
If the girl is receiving confirmation of her previous opinion:
Yes, he's English (or "an Englishman").
Sorry, I did a mistake. I'm asking for an exclamation refers to Wow, wonderful, moreover, furthermore.
In many BE dialects, 'aye (pronounced eye) and 'nay' – for yes and no – are alive and well.
Compare the AE equivalents 'yeah' and 'nah'.