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    yes, I'm nothing without you

    I read this sentence online: 'Yes, I'm nothing without you.'

    Do you native speakers use 'Yes' or 'No' in a sentence like this?

    Thank you in advance.

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    Re: yes, I'm nothing without you

    The "yes" or "no" depends on if they are agreeing or disagreeing to a prior statement.

    1. If the person is speaking with another person and the other person said something like, "You are nothing without me," then the person can agree and say, "Yes, I'm nothing without you."
    2. If the person is speaking with another person and the other person said something like, "You don't need me," then the person can disagree and say, "no, I'm nothing without you."

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