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How do you say "I did" after asking a question?

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Just say you ask, "Did you like the movie? I did." How would you say that?

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updated ABR 11, 2010
posted by dianac

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You're answering your own question here, right? Emphasizing the fact that you have done the action (in this case, indicating that you liked the movie) even before your friend replies.

"¿Te gustó la película? A mí, sí." "Did you like the movie? I did."

"¿Vas a clase los lunes? Yo, sí." "Do you go to class on Mondays? I do."

Don't be confused by the verb "do" or "did," which we use in English as a helping verb.

updated ABR 11, 2010
posted by tennismom
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There are many possible answers depending on the situation and personal preferences.

  • claro
  • pues sí
  • así es
  • ajá (quite informal)
updated ABR 11, 2010
posted by AntMexico
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not sure nvm

updated ABR 11, 2010
edited by morphine
posted by morphine
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Hello Dianac, welcome to the Forum!

I assume you wish to know how to say that in Spanish, right?

It is a little bit less straightforward in Spanish than it is in English, I'm afraid. The simplest answer would be a plain "si" - "yes". This, of course, is sometimes a bit sharp, and not as polite as "I did".

In the case of your example, it would be: "si, la vi" -"yes, I did see the movie"

"¿Hiciste tu tarea?" "Si, la hice" - "Did you do your homework?" "Yes, I did"

The rule of thumb, I think, would be that you need "si" plus the past tense in the first person of the verb you performed.

updated ABR 11, 2010
posted by Gekkosan
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¿Te gustó la película? Me hizo. I think this is correct but I'm not 100% sure.

updated ABR 11, 2010
posted by fatchocobo
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