Presentation on theme: "Question tags. 1. Admit it, they were brilliant, ________________? 2. The sound wasn't brilliant, ____________? 3. Everyone had a good time, ____________?"— Presentation transcript:
1. Admit it, they were brilliant, ________________? 2. The sound wasn't brilliant, ____________? 3. Everyone had a good time, ____________? 4. They were all real fans, ___________________? 5. You've seen them before, __________________? 6. You don't really like them, ____________? 7. I didn't say that, ____________? 8. That's got really good words, ____________? 9. You know all the songs, ____________? 10. I'll have to buy you one of their albums for your birthday, ____________? weren’t they was it didn’t they weren’t they haven’t you do you did I hasn’t it don’t you won’t I Listen to the conversation between two fans after Coldplay’s concert and write the missing words.
RULES for Question tags a. To form the tag, we use the verb of the tense used in the sentence and a for the subject of the sentence. b. For an affirmative sentence, we use tag. c. For a negative sentence, we use tag. auxiliary noun / / main pronoun an affirmative / a negative an affirmative/ a negative
USE When people use the tags, do they: a. look for agreement or confirmation? b. want to get some new information?