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2015-03-11T19:15:37+05:30

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To form question tags ..first you need to know what is question tag ? Question tags are an important part of everyday communication and perform many different functions. For example, they can be used to get a conversation started or keep it moving; they can soften an order to do something or they can be a more polite way to request information. Apart from the difficulty of knowing when to use question tags appropriately, the non-native speaker has to learn how to form them and how to say them. The general rule is that you finish a positive statement with a negative tag, and vice versa, using the main verb (if there is no auxiliary) or the first auxiliary verb (if there is an auxiliary). For example: It's a lovely day, isn't it? You've been told about the meeting, haven't you? ework, ... ...? I'm not late, ... ...? I'm invited to your party, ... ...?
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2015-03-11T19:46:33+05:30

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Find the helping verb in the sentence.

If the helping verb is in negative form the question tag would be in positive form.
 *He didn't eat,did he?

If the helping verb is in positive form the question tag would be in negative form.
 *He did his homework,didn't he?

Never,seldom,rarely - tag in positive (does or do)

Now when no auxiliary verb is given the rules to follow are:

Verb in Sentence                                              question tag

Present tense
 (i,you,we,they) goes                                         do  
(he,she,it) goes                                                 does
(he,she) is                                                        is
(you) are                                                           are
(i ) am                                                               am or ain't i

Past tense
came                                                               did

Let us                                                             shall

singular -present tense-does

      
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