How to say "yes" in Russian. Well, the most common way, with which you may be familiar, of course, is "da." "Da." Now you say "da." Great.
But if you wanted to express your agreement with someone, you could say "dak doitchne." That's two words. The accent is on the second syllable of the second word. One more time, a little slower: "dak doitchne." Now you give it a try. Great.
Another way of expressing that you agree with someone is to say "soglasilsya." The accent on that is on the second syllable, and it means "agreed." "Soglasilsya." "Soglasilsya." Now you give it a try. Fantastic.
Finally, a very common way of agreeing with someone is to say "uh-huh," and that means "uh-huh" in Russian. So let's just try it. "Uh-huh." I think you got that one.
So those are some of the ways to say "yes" in Russian.