Table of Contents
- 1 What is a question tag of I am a student?
- 2 What is the question tag for I am your best friend?
- 3 What are tag questions examples?
- 4 What is a tag question Give 5 examples?
- 5 What are some Q&A Questions?
- 6 What is the question tag of I am an Indian?
- 7 What is the positive question tag for Am I?
- 8 How do I use question tags in the classroom?
What is a question tag of I am a student?
I’m a student, ain’t I? Question tags are always to be applied in the end of the statement. Question tag will be negative if the statement is positive and the vice-versa. Question tag’s first word ie after comma should be always small.
What question tag is used for I am?
“The question tag for ‘I am’ is ‘aren’t I’?: ‘I’m late, aren’t I?’
What is the question tag for I am your best friend?
The given sentence is I am your best friend. Here question tag has to be inserted. Therefore, the sentence can be I am your best friend, aren’t I? or the this can be also written as “am I your best friend?” in both the cases the question tag is added and the meaning of the question remains the same.
What is the question tag for I am a teacher?
I am a teacher, aren’t I? This will be the question tag.
What are tag questions examples?
Tag questions have the same subject and helping verb as the sentence they follow. For example: It’s nice, isn’t it? Moby doesn’t play the piano, does he? When the sentence is positive, the tag question is negative and when the sentence is negative, the tag question is positive.
Do as I say tag question?
Answer: do as l say, will you?
What is a tag question Give 5 examples?
Usually if the main clause is positive, the question tag is negative, and if the main clause is negative, it’s positive. For example: It’s cold (positive), isn’t it (negative)? And: It isn’t cold (negative), is it (positive)?
What is a question tag give an example?
In grammar, a question tag is a very short clause at the end of a statement which changes the statement into a question. For example, in ‘She said half price, didn’t she?’ , the words ‘didn’t she’ are a question tag.
What are some Q&A Questions?
Break the ice and get to know people better by selecting several of these get-to-know-you questions.
- Who is your hero?
- If you could live anywhere, where would it be?
- What is your biggest fear?
- What is your favorite family vacation?
- What would you change about yourself if you could?
- What really makes you angry?
How is your best friend quiz?
Best Friend Favorites
- What is my favorite food?
- What is my favorite movie?
- What is my favorite animal?
- What is my favorite type of music?
- What is my favorite color?
- What is my favorite season/holiday?
- What is my favorite kind of sandwich?
- What is my favorite way to relax?
What is the question tag of I am an Indian?
I am an Indian, ain’t I?
What is an example of a tag question?
What is the positive question tag for Am I?
If the main verb or auxiliary verb in the statement is am, the positive question tag is am I? but the negative question tag is usually aren’t I?: I’m never on time, am I? I’m going to get an email with the details, aren’t I? Do this exercise to test your grammar again.
What are question tags in English?
Watch on. Question tags are short questions at the end of statements. They are mainly used in speech when we want to: to encourage a reply from the person we are speaking to. Question tags are formed with the auxiliary or modal verb from the statement and the appropriate subject. A positive statement is followed by a negative question tag.
Explain the usage of question tags to students and when they are more preferable than direct questions. Divide students into groups of 3 – 4 and have them complete the gap-fill exercise. Give each group the sentence halves (which you have cut into strips prior to the lesson) and ask them to match them. Correct the sentence matching as a class.
What are the benefits of using question tags?
Using question tags well also promotes a keen understanding of the use of various auxiliary verbs. Activate target area by asking students simple yes/no questions insisting on the correct use of the auxiliary verbs. For example: Do you play tennis? – Yes, I do. Have you been to England – No, I haven’t.