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Question Tags

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Suzanne FitzGerald

on 21 May 2015

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Question Tags
A quick guide
Nothing to add -no
"do"
, nor
"does"
nor
"did"
If there is an auxiliary......
With all other verbs....
use "
it
"
with "This" and "That".....
with somebody/someone,
anybody/anyone
everybody/everyone
nobody/no-one...........
With "to be", re-use the verb
You'
re
French,
aren't you
?
He
is
n't the President,
is he
?
They
are
n't going to come to the party,
are
they?
You
should
get your hair cut,
should
n't you?
You
can
't speak Japanese,
can
you?
He
might
come to see us,
might
n't he?
You
must
n't drink and drive,
must
you?
to be!
USE IT!!!
This
is your coat, isn't
it
?
That
's her brother, isn't
it
?
This
is the third time you've been here , isn't
it
?
and with "
there
", use it again.....
There's a man watching us, isn't there?
There
's no place like home, is
there
?
use "
they
"
Nobody
saw that coming, did
they
?
Everyone
likes a good party, don't
they
?
If there isn't an auxiliary, use "
do
"
You bought a new car yesterday,
didn't

you?
She goes dancing every week,
doesn't

she?
You love a sad movie,
don't
you?
They

didn't

think that,

did

they?
Hardly, No, Never, Scarcely,
Nobody, No-one, Seldom
all express a negative idea...
.
so the tag is positive
They
never
come to school on time,
do
they?
They

seldom

eat meat,

do

they?
I
scarcely
ever eat oysters now,
do
I ?
To express Surprise......
Use two positives!!!!
England
beat
France at rugby,
did
they?!
So, you've decided to shave your head, have you?!
She actually
did
her homework,
did
she?!
He

was

found "not guilty"

was

he?
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