QUESTION TAGS

English Language

QUESTION TAGS

These are phrases in question form which are asked at the end of statement. For example He is going to school, isn’t he ?  He is going to school is a statement while isn’t he? Is the question tag. Question tags are also called question phrases. Auxiliary verbs are usually use in question tags. Steps […]

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English Language (Primary Classes)

QUESTION TAGS

Read these sentences aloud Ngozi was there, wasn’t she? Yes, she was They were not busy, were they? No, they weren’t My sister did not buy sugar, did she? No, she didn’t You are a small boy, aren’t you? Yes, I am Men don’t surrender easily, do they? No, they don’t We agreed to meet

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English Language (Primary Classes)

QUESTION TAGS

Read these sentences aloud. Think about the two parts.   Statement Question I ate beans, She bought two oranges, They swept the room, Carol sang a song, He killed the snake, He has gone, Didn’t i? Didn’t she? Didn’t they? Didn’t she? Didn’t he? Hasn’t he? Ade could not buy a pen, She is not

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English Language

QUESTION TAGS

QUESTION TAGS A question tag or a tag question is a phrase that is added at the end of a statement to turn into a question. When a speaker uses a question tag at the end of a statement, he/she is seeking for approval, confirmation or correction. Examples: Approval: I look smart today, don’t I?

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