Yes, he's. / Yes, they're.

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xiaoen

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1. Is he a student?
Yes, he is.
Yes, he's.

2. Are they students?
Yes, they are,
Yes, they're.

Hi,
Are the blue parts also correct?

I think they are wrong.
 

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We don't use these contractions as the last word in a sentence.
 

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We also don't use them when we want to emphasize the verb:

A: Paul's not a student.
B: He is a student.

A: They're going to Australia?
B: Yes, they are​ going. They leave next Wednesday.
 
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