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Tag questions

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In this presentation learners study how to from and use tag questions in a variety of tenses. Simple, for pre-intermediate levels.

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Tag questions

  1. 1. Tag Questions
  2. 2. Observe the examples. • He’s not doing badly, is he? Verb Be Change from negative to possitive • You won’t tell anyone, will you? Auxiliary will • You didn’t attend the meeting, did you? Simple past Use the corresponding auxiliary
  3. 3. Observe the examples. • He’s been sick recently, hasn’t he? Present perfect Change from possitive to negative • You will attend the meeting, won’t you? Auxiliary will • You studied all night long, didn’t you? Simple past Use the corresponding auxiliary
  4. 4. Why do we use tag questions? • To emphasize information? • To make clearer our statement? • To confirm information?
  5. 5. Why do we use tag questions? To confirm information.
  6. 6. Exception! • With “I am” we use: “aren’t I?” I – I’m pretty, aren’t I? • With “I’m not” we use: “am I?” I – I’m not sitting in your seat, am I?
  7. 7. Exception! • With “I am” we use: “aren’t I?” I – I’m pretty, aren’t I? • With “I’m not” we use: “am I?” I – I’m not sitting in your seat, am I?

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