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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #53740: Tags
    > Other English exercises on the same topic: Question Tags [Change theme]
    > Similar tests: - Question tags - Imperative mode and its tags. - Surprise; Contradiction; Short answers. - Infinitive implied by its particle. - Do: Insistence-Contradiction-Confirmation - Tags: surprise and contradiction. - Question tags - Tags with so/neither
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    Tags


     

    Cours

    Tags are questions asking for agreement or disagreement at the end of a statement.

    1. Positive statement  Negative tag.

    • The mail has come, hasn't it ?
    • It's raining outside, isn't it ?

     

    2. Negative statement Positive tag.

    • The mail hasn't come, has it ?
    • It isn't raining outside, is it ?

     

    NB:  - They are used in speech more than writing. 

     

    Application

    Complete the following sentences with the right tag .

     

         



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    1. She has lost the keys, ?

    2. You are doing your homework, ?

    3. His little bird has escaped from its cage, ?

    4. My friend Brian hasn't come to my birthday party, ?

    5. 'Le rouge et le noir ' isn't your favourite novel, ?

    6. He isn't telling the truth, ?

    7. You do the hardest tests, ?

    8. We can't take your car, ?

    9. They have read a novel by Emile Zola, ?

    10. She is a good neighbour, ?









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