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What's the difference?

A: What is your plan for tonight?
B: I am dating Jane.
A: What did you say?

B: You heard me?

or

B: Did you hear me?

Both are ok, in this case?

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In this context, "You heard me" is a challenge. It means "don't pretend that you didn't hear what I said because I know otherwise."

"Did you hear me?" is inapt. A has already asked B "What did you say?" It's clear that A is claiming that he didn't hear B.

"Did you not hear me?" expresses B's irritation or astonishment at having not been heard.

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