I have a question about an English phrase.

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Oct 3, 2017 21:25
I really liked a spa near my English conversation school. Starting last Tuesday, I've been going there after class. It offers different kinds of massages and there's also a tanning machine. The massages help you if you have stiff shoulders. The coffee flavored milk is amazing and it only costs 120 yen.

By the way, there are some things I'd like to ask you. In today's class, I learned different ways to describe location. During the second half of the class, the teacher gave me some cards of different pieces of furniture. The situation is that the teacher and I are roommates who are going to move into an apartment and we want to decide where to put the furniture.

The teacher asked me if I have all of the cards.
Do you have the light? How about the TV? How about the plant? I replied to all the questions by saying, "Yes, I have one". I'm wondering if it sounds okay to use the same phrase repeatedly. Are there any better answers? Is it possible to leave out the 'one'?



ライトは持ってますか? テレビはある? 植物は?
僕はそのすべての質問に「Yes, I have one」て応えました。同じフレーズを使い回しても大丈夫なのか気になっています。他に別の良い言い方がありましたか?oneを省略しても大丈夫ですか?
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