In English, we often say in response to someone else, "I will" or "I do" or other such "half verb" statements which don't seem to exist in French as they are absorbed into the conjugation. E.g.:
Take out the trash please. (Sortez la poubelle, s'il vous plaît.)
— I will. (Je la sortirai.)
Do you know how to drive? (Savez-vous conduire ?)
— Yes, I do. (Oui, je sais.)
Is there a French equivalent for these types of responses? It seems a bit awkward/formal to always be repeating back the verb the other person has just said, but perhaps that's just my English-ear bias.