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Chapter 9 Review Tag Questions Emphatic Sentences
What is Tag Questions? Write a tag question on the slate board
What is Tag Questions? Examples: Alexis is here, isn’t she? Gayleson isn’t here, is he? I am on time, aren’t I? I’m not on time, am I?
Tag Questions It is a statement followed by a mini- question. – The whole sentence is a "tag question” – The mini-question at the end is called a "question tag"
George was angry.George WAS angry, wasn’t he!!! I’m late.I AM late, aren’t I! They aren’t friendly.They AREN’T friendly, are they! They work hard.They DO work hard, don’t they! John looks tired.John DOES look tired, doesn’t he! Janet came to class late.Janet DID come late to class, didn’t she!
Emphatic Sentences A.You know... The color blue looks very good on you. B.You’re right! The color blue DOES look very good on me, doesn’t it! A.You know... It isn’t a very good day to fly a kite. B.You’re right! It ISN’T a very good day to fly a kite, is it!
Emphatic Sentences you work too hard. A. You know... You work too hard. B. You’re right! I DO work too hard.
Emphatic Sentences Charlie is a very talented dog. A. You know... Charlie is a very talented dog. B. You’re right! He IS a very talented dog.
In class: Side by Side Page 136 #1-18 (You do not have to do it all. You can only do #1-9 and #18)
Letters between Jane and John (p ) Look on page John is willing to do anything he can to save his relationship with Jane. He has some ideas about how to do this, and he’s going to write to her one more time. In your own words: - You will write John’s letter back to Jane (use Tag Question and Emphatic sentences)