Part I Agreements with affirmative remarks. Agree with the following remarks, using yes/so + pronoun + the auxiliary or do/does/did. To express surprise, use Oh, so . . . He has a good influence on her. - Yes, he has. 1 We must have a large room. 2 I was very rude. 3 She always wears dark glasses. 4 She may be a spy. 5 Tom could tell us where to go. 6 There's a snake in that basket. 7 He needs six bottles. 8 This boat is leaking! 9 His revolver was loaded. 10 This restaurant might be expensive. 11 They used to have a parrot. 12 The fog is getting thicker. Part 2 Agreements with negative remarks. Agree with the following remarks, using no + pronoun + the auxiliary. Elephants never forget. ~ No, they don't. 13 Cuckoos don't build nests. 14 He didn't complain. 15 It isn't worth keeping. 16 He can't help coughing. 17 The ice wasn't thick enough. 18 The lift wouldn't come down. 19 This flat hasn't got very thick walls. 20 They don't have earthquakes there. 21 The oranges didn't look very good. 22 It hasn't been a bad summer. 23 I don't look my age. 24 He mightn't like that colour. Part 3 Disagreements with affirmative or negative remarks. Disagree with the following remarks, using oh no/but + pronoun + auxiliary. Use a negative auxiliary if the first verb is affirmative and an affirmative auxiliary if the first verb is negative. He won't be any use. ~ (Oh) yes, he will. She worked here for a year. - (Oh) no, she didn't. 25 You're drunk. 26 I didn't do it on purpose. 27 They weren't in your way. 28 I wasn't born then. 29 She'd rather live alone. 30 You gave him my address. 31 I can use your bicycle. 32 That five pound note belongs to me. 33 He didn't mean to be rude. 34 Children get too much pocket money. 35 Exams should be abolished. 36 She promised to obey him.