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Question tags 1. Positive Statement + Negative Tag 2. Negative Statement + Positive Tag Form:
1. Positive Statement Positive Statement + Negative Tag It is very warm, isn’t it?
A negative tag ???? n’tan auxiliary verb is / am / are / do / does / did…. pronoun not it / he / she / they / you / I / there / we /… ++ =
e.g. 1. You have played the piano, haven’t you? 2. Mary can play the piano, can’t she? 3. David will play the piano, won’t he?
Negative Statement + Positive Tag It isn’t very warm, is it?
A positive tag ??? an auxiliary verb is / am / are / do / does / did…. pronoun The subject of the sentence--- it / he / she / they / you / I / there / we /… + =
e.g. 1. You haven’t played the piano, have you? 2. Mary can’t play the piano, can she? 3. David won’t play the piano, will he?
exercise: 1.I shouldn’t talk in the library, ______ I? 2. John was ill yesterday, _______ he? 3. It is a beautiful house, ______ it? should wasn’t isn’t
exercise: 4. The train goes at twelve o’clock, _______ it? 5. There aren’t many cows on the field, _______ there? 6. They didn’t eat anything, ______ they? doesn’t are did
exercise: 7. The party will begin soon, _______ it? 8. You have bought a dress, ________ you? 9. We don’t have to bring a camera, ___ we? won’t haven’t do
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