# English

posted by John

A: You have to come back by four.
B: ____________________________.

OK. Okay, Okey, All right, Of course, Sure, Certainly, That's right, You're right, I see, Yes, I will.

(Can all the expressions above be the answers to the statement A? Do you have other suitable responses?)

1. SraJMcGin

I don't think I've ever heard "Okey" all alone = ham radio operators say "Okey dokey."

Otherwise everything looks good. Perhaps: Agreed, Absolutely, Indeed.

Sra

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