(英文) used when evidence is present to confirm the speaker's predictions, judgements or observations
(粵) 個肚咕咕聲打晒鼓噉，肚餓哩？ (go3 tou5 gu4 gu2 seng1 daa2 saai3 gu2 gam2, tou5 ngo6 le5?)
(英) Your stomach is growling. You must be hungry, right?
(粵) 咁得閒搵我，同條女散咗哩？ (gam3 dak1 haan4 wan2 ngo5, tung4 tiu4 neoi2 saan2 zo2 le5?)
(英) You've got time to visit me. You must have broken up with your girl, haven't you?
(英文) added after an adjective, used for bragging
(粵) 我今年考試科科攞Ａ，威哩？ (ngo5 gam1 nin2 haau2 si5 fo1 fo1 lo2 ei1, wai1 le5?)
(英) I got straight A's in all subjects this year. It really was something, wasn't it?
(粵) 型哩？ (jing4 le5?)
(英) This is cool isn't it?
(英文) added to sentences pertaining to one's ability or achievement, in order to belittle the listener
(粵) 估唔到哩？ (gu2 m4 dou2 le5?)
(英) You didn't expect this, did you?
(粵) 跑幾步就冇氣哩？ (paau2 gei2 bou6 zau6 mou5 hei3 le5?)
(英) You went out of breath after running for a short distance, didn't you?
(英文) used to affirm one's stance, belief or decision
(粵) 唔係哩，佢哋都冇出過去哩。 (m4 hai6 le5, keoi5 dei6 dou1 mou5 ceot1 dou3 heoi3 le5.)
(英) No, no, they really hadn't gone out. Believe me.
(粵) 我真係去唔到哩。 (ngo5 zan1 hai6 heoi3 m4 dou2 le5.)
(英) I really can't come.