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I think the most casual way is a simple 「[どう?]{HLH}」 (even omitting the ですか). How they answer kind of depends on the context, and (probably more so) how close of a relationship you have. For agreement they could use something like 「うん」, 「いい」, 「いける」, 「オッケー」, 「おいしそう」 (for the food), 「似合う」 (for the outfit), 「面白そう」 for the movie, etc. For disagreement, things ...


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When you pronounce や, ゆ, or よ, you’re basically making a smooth transition from い to another vowel. They sound very much like いあ, いう, and いお. That’s why いやだ is so readily reduced to やだ in colloquial speech. Likewise, the い in いよっしゃあ is just an emphatic lengthening of the initial sound in the exclamation よっしゃ.


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