Hello dear student! Mastering the art of English often requires a keen understanding of various aspects of the language, and today, we’ll delve into an essential grammatical concept: “Tag Questions”.
These are short questions added at the end of a statement, turning it into a question. They’re particularly useful in spoken English, aiding in confirming or checking something you believe to be true.
The exercises below have been crafted to guide you through understanding their structure, correcting common mistakes, and practicing their application. Let’s embark on this enlightening journey together!
1) Put the Sentences in the Correct Order – Tag Questions
a) isn’t / she / lovely / she’s / ?
She’s lovely, isn’t she?
2) Fix Grammatical Errors – Tag Questions
a) You’re coming, isn’t you?
You’re coming, aren’t you?
3) Practice your Vocabulary Completing the Sentences
a) She’s a xxxcher, xxxxx xxx?
She’s a teacher, isn’t she?
4) Tag Questions Test. Write the Obvious Questions to the Answers
a) Yes, I did. (…enjoyed… movie…)
You enjoyed the movie, didn’t you?
And there we have it! Having navigated through these exercises, you should now have a more solid grasp of tag questions.
Remember, the key to mastering any language is consistent practice. As you engage in conversations or even when you’re reading, be mindful of these tag questions, noticing their usage and function.
Over time, you’ll find that they’ll come more naturally to you. Keep up the excellent work, and always remember that every step, no matter how small, brings you closer to fluency. Until our next lesson, keep practicing and stay curious!