New Zealand spoken English - slang 101 you will hear said in New Zealand are:
Two very common phrases
Yeah, nah - means no. We can say this politely like we are thinking about the question or we say it almost as an expletive, "no, not likely!!!"
Yeah, right - we don't think the thing you are talking about is likely to happen.
Example: Which version of yeah, nah and yeah, right do you think I would use to reply to the following statements:
1) You ask me to go to the movies with you and I am not comfortable to go.
2) You ask me to do mud wrestling.
3) You say your friend owns a super yacht.
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