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What are the possible responses to a sentence you don't hear or understand that ends in ¿verdad?

For example:

Mañana vas a ..., ¿verdad?

In English you could say something like "Isn't what true?" or "Doing what?"

In Spanish, should you respond ¿Cómo?, ¿Qué?, ¿De qué?, ¿Que qué? or something else?

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I would probably repeat what I heard, but with a question tone in the last part, or adding qué:

Mañana voy ¿a...?
Mañana voy ¿a qué? (or dónde, if it was "vas a algún sitio")

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