5 2. To avoid repeating the main verb/verb phrase:
6 I like dogs but my husband ______. Jim’s coming but Anna ________.
7 3. With So and Neither to say that something is the same.
8 Use So + aux + Subject after a positive verb. Use Neither (or Nor) + aux + Subject after a negative verb.
9 I loved the film.So ____ I- I haven’t finished yet.Neither _____ I.He’s a doctor and so _____ his wife.
10 4. To make ‘echo questions’, to show interest in what someone is saying. The auxiliary is stressed and the intonation rises.
11 - I went to a psychic yesterday. – _____ you?- I’ll make the dinner. – _____ you? That’s great!
12 5. To show emphasis in a positive sentence 5. To show emphasis in a positive sentence. This is used to contradict what someone has said or to emphasize a point.
13 With the present/past simple, add do/does/did before the main verb. With other auxiliaries stress the auxiliary verb.
14 - You didn’t lock the door! - I ___ lock it, I promise!Silvia isn’t coming.She ___ coming. I’ve just spoken to her.
15 6. To make question tags.Use a positive question tag with a negative verb:I’m not late, am I?Use a negative question tag with a positive verb:He’s French, isn’t he?
16 They are used to ask another person to agree with you: It’s a nice day, isn’t it?or to check something you think is true:She’s a painter, isn’t she?
17 You won’t forget, _________? Your wife can speak Italian, _________?
18 'He's bought the tickets, _______he?' 'Yes, I think so.' 2. I enjoyed the film, but Helen _________ .3. 'You're our new neighbour, ________ you?''Yes, I am.'4. Millie's got a cold and so ________ Josef.5. I haven't spoken to him and neither _______ Sean.6. 'You didn't feed the dog!''That's not true. I ________feed him!'7. 'You don't like maths much, _______ you?''No, not really.'8. 'I wouldn't mind a cup of tea.''Neither __________ I'.
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