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Give short-form answers (both with `Yes' and `No') to the following questions.

(1) Are you reading?

Ans. Yes, I am; No I am not

(2) Were you at the cinema last night?

Ans. Yes I was; No, I wasn't

(3) May I go out?

Ans. Yes, you may; No, you can't

(4) Did you say anything?

Ans. Yes, I do. No, I don't

(5) Does your sister like chocolates?

Ans. Yes, she does. No, she doesn't

(6) Oughtn't he to pay at once?

Ans. Yes, He ought; No, He oughtn't.

(7) Did you see him at his house?

Ans. Yes, I do; No, I don't

(8) Will you forget what you have learnt today?

Ans. Yes, I will; No, I won't.

(9) Does she play chess?

Ans. Yes she does; No she doesn't

(10) Must I be there in time?

Ans. Yes, you must. No, you needn't

(11) Must you always make so much noise?

Ans. Yes, I must; No I needn't

(12) Dare you beat my younger brother?

Ans. Yes, I dare; No I daren't

(13) Need you type all these letters today?

Ans. Yes I must. No, I needn't

(14) Oughtn't you to answer that letter now?

Ans. Yes, I ought. No I oughtn't

(15) Need we start just now?

Ans. Yes, we must; No, we needn't.

(16) Were you able to finish your work?

Ans. Yes, we were. No, we weren't.

(17) Must I take an umbrella?

Ans. Yes, you must. No, you needn't

(18) Usedn't he to work at the Oswals?

Ans. Yes, he used. No, he usedn't

(19) Will you have enough money to buy it?

Ans. Yes, I will. No, I won't

(20) Oughtn't you to be more careful?

Ans. Yes, I ought. No I oughtn't

(21) Did you have any difficulty in finding my house?

Ans. Yes, I do. No I don't

(22) Need I pay for this book?

Ans. Yes, you must. No, you needn't

Please correct my answer, if the answer is wrong.

I hope most of my answer is right.

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4. Did you say anything?

Yes, I did. No, I didn't.

(7) Did you see him at his house?

Ans. Yes, I did. No, I didn't.

16) Were you able to finish your work?

Your answers are correct if you assume that the question was being asked about more than one person. Otherwise

Ans. Yes, I was. No, I wasn't.

(18) Usedn't he to work at the Oswals?

Yes, he used to. No, he didn't used to (that sounds very un-natural to me though - I can't see how you can make a sensible negative answer using 'used to').

(very strange phrasing. Normally: Did he used to work at ...'

Ans. Yes, he did. No, he didn't. these answers also work for the original question.

20) Oughtn't you to be more careful?

Ans. Yes, I ought to. No I oughtn't to.

(21) Did you have any difficulty in finding my house?

Ans. Yes, I did. No I didn't.
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(3) May I go out?

Ans. Yes, you may; No, you can't may not {often contracted in speech to "mayn't}

(4) Did you say anything?

Ans. Yes, I do. No, I don't Did/didn't

(7) Did you see him at his house?

Ans. Yes, I do; No, I don't

(21) Did you have any difficulty in finding my house?

Ans. Yes, I do. No I don't
(18) Usedn't he to work at the Oswals?

Ans. Yes, he used. No, he usedn't "Yes, he used to" would be the normal way of writing/saying this
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Thank you.

Please check my 12th answer. Is it right?
 Feebs11's reply was promoted to an answer.
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the stand can damaged the headband

the stand can damaged the headband

The only grammar mistake is that this needs to start with a capiral and end with a period.

However, in terms of meaning, it just seems like nonsense to me.

Clive