Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Yeah"

The meaning of "Yeah" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does yeah nah mean?
A: It just means "no", but it's like "I agree that it isn't (whatever they said it isn't)", so here it would be "Yeah (I agree that) nah [no], it's not very cold"
Q: What does yeah mean?
A: Yeah and yes have the same meaning , but yeah is more often used in oral English.
Q: What does And yeah I'll be in a whole new tax bracket
We in recession but let me take a crack at it
I'll probably take whatever's left and just split it up mean?
A: It's probably from a rap song or something, most it's full of slang, metaphors, and hidden meanings, that most people don't understand or care about when theyre listening...It's very colloquial as well....
The assumed singer has deliberately used incorrect grammar to sound 'cool' so don't copy them......I can try explain what they might mean....
(And yeah)-street slang, it's a filler word used in rap.

(I'll be in a whole new tax bracket)-ill have so much money/so little money, I'll be in a completely different financial status....

(We in recession)money's low

(But let me take a crack at it)- we can at least try

(Just split it up) split the money-share..?

Do not copy this, it's purposefully wrong, and vague on purpose, it's called writing music, and oftentimes vague music sells....
Q: What does I'd try it to see if they want to yeah? Doesn't hurt to try. mean?
A: "Doesn't hurt to try asking." The person will ask someone for something, they might say NO but it doesn't hurt to try to ask, meaning you won't lose anything if you just ask.
Q: What does yeah it's night and there's school and I'm so done! mean?
A: The "I'm so done" means that you don't want to do anything.

When you finish a long day of work, or when you finish a big pile of homework, you don't feel like doing anything anymore, so you say "I'm so done"

Another meaning, is if there's something you don't want to do, but you have to do it anyways, you say "I'm so done" as a way of saying: "I don't want to do this right now"

Example sentences using "Yeah"

Q: Please show me example sentences with yeah.
A: If you say "yeah" it will make me so happy.

Yeah, I saw it by accident.

Yeah, we had a really good time at the party.

Don't be impolite by saying "yeah" to the queen of England!
Q: Please show me example sentences with yeah.
A: Yeah is just a slang version of yes. sometimes more of a sarcastic term usually when used by teens but mostly just an informal version of "yes"
"yeah I will" is the same as "yes I will." just not as proper.
Q: Please show me example sentences with so yeah.
A: I got stuck in traffic, then my car broke down, and I had to push my car to the side of the freeway while everyone honked at me. So yeah, I had a pretty terrible morning.
Q: Please show me example sentences with yeah, right..
A: Person: "I'm the best dancer in the world."
Friend: "Yeah, right.."

Person: "That movie was really good."
Friend: "Yeah, right.."

Person: "Wow this party is so much fun, isn't it?"
Friend: "Yeah, right.."

It's kind of sarcastic by saying one thing but having another negative meaning.
Q: Please show me example sentences with but yeah.
A: @takazumi_a: I'm eating dinner right now, but yeah, you can come over.

I'm busy right now, but yeah, you can call me later.

I don't really like chocolate ice cream, but yeah, you can buy it.

Synonyms of "Yeah" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between Yeah, no. and No, yeah. ?
A: If you are using these as filler words, they are not different.

You use them both to agree with something.

These are casual, so you shouldn't use them in writing

"filler words" は「えと...」や「あの...」と言う感じです

"Yeah no, she did a great job cutting your hair."

"No yeah, that restaurant was delicious"
Q: What is the difference between yeah and yes and yep ?
A: Yes:
Used more formally

Ex: Boss- Can you stay late tonight?
Employee- Yes, I can.

Used informally. Sometimes ment to signify slight dismay or disagreement to something. Written out only when texting.

Ex: Classmate- Can I have some of your chocolate?
You- Yeah, I guess.

Used informally. Written out only when texting. Usually used with close friends. Shows enthusiasm.

Ex: Friend- Are you coming to the mall with us this weekend?
You- Yep!

Hope this helps. :)
Q: What is the difference between yeah and yep ?
A: They are both casual ways of saying "yes." :)

"Are you going to the party?"

Personally, I hear "yeah" more than "yep."
Q: What is the difference between yeah and yes ?
A: It's exactly the same. But the expression "yeah" is more informal than "yes".
Q: What is the difference between yeah and yup ?
A: They are the same.

Both casual ways of saying 'yes'

Translations of "Yeah"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Hello! I am 17 yeah old And I am from spain Do you want to be my friend? to be able to teach me English, speak on WhatsApp ☺️. My phone is 637177088 and my Instagram Elviravg_
A: ya has hecho amigos? Podamos charlar si no, pero no uso WhatsApp frecuentemente
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? yeah
A: “Yeah”
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? yeah awesome
A: Yeah, awesome!
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? yeah en inglés británico
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? yeah

Other questions about "Yeah"

Q: yeah I'm happy about the result! That's me! I'm delighted with myself to amaze me!!

Is that sentence spoken correctly?
A: I think instead of that's me, 'I did it!' sounds better.

I am really proud of myself

I am delighted with my achievement
Q: "yeah, i'll be a bit late. is Mike there though?" does this sound natural?
Yes, this is a very natural thing to say. Great job! :)
Q: I say yes or yeah?
A: 'Yeah' is very informal. Use yes in formal situations.
Q: What does yeah boy mean?
I am sorry if it is inappropriate expression.
A: It's just an expression that people use when they are excited about something. It is the equivalent to saying "awesome".
Q: When can I use "yeah"? Is it has different mean in different occasions?
A: "yeah" is informal "yes". Use it when you want to say "yes" or show agreement. Its fairly straightforward, unless youre using it to be satirical or sarcastic, in which cases it can mean the opposite of yes.

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