"You speak English, DON'T you?" "He is your boss, ISN'T he?" In these examples the question tags are at the end of the sentence to confirm if what has been said is true. Learn how to form them below.
In English it is common to add a short question to the end of an affirmative or negative sentence. These short questions are known as question tags and they are used to ask the opinion or seek the approval of the person with whom we are speaking.
To form question tags, we use the auxiliary verb from the main phrase in the opposite form plus the subject. If there is no auxiliary in the main phrase, we use “to do”.
If the sentence is affirmative, the question tag is therefore in the negative and vice versa.
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