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Can you answer to a question with only the verb of the question?. Is it right if you put an aclaration afterwards?

This is the example.

A- 她会按医生的话去做吗?

B- 会,他决定按医生的话去做。

Thanks in advance.

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Yes/no can usually be expressed simply by the verb as you have noticed.

是不是....

能不能....

Many learners however like to reply awkwardly with words like 对, if you reply in this manner it would sound much more natural.

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I would have said 他會的

If you want to emphasize, you can always add 我會盯著他

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Can you answer to a question with only the verb of the question?

Yes, we can. The verb is taken as the shorthand of the sentence (with rest part omitted). As in your example:

A- 她会按医生的话去做吗?

B- 会,他决定按医生的话去做。

And you can emphasize the point by repeating the full version. In this case, it's 她会按医生的话去做.

So, the normal dialogue would be most likely to be:

A- 她会按医生的话去做吗?

B- 会,他按医生的话去做

Another example:

A: 你愿意嫁给我吗?

B: 愿意,(我愿意),我愿意嫁给你。

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The example is totally correct and native.

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