Questions - Unit 26

LOS CURSOS DE INGLES GRATIS PREFERIDOS POR LOS HISPANOHABLANTES

 

PLEASE REMEMBER THIS GRAMMAR:

POSITIVE SENTENCE + NEGATIVE TAG
(in the same verbal tense)

NEGATIVE SENTENCE + POSITIVE TAG
(in the same verbal tense)

You will come to the party, won't you?

You won't be late, will you?

EXERCISE A

Put a QUESTION TAG on the end of each sentence.

Examples:  Tom won't be late, will he?    /   They were very angry, weren't they?

 

1.

Ann is on vacation,  ?  

2.

You weren't listening to me,,  ?   

3.

Sue doesn't like onions,  ?  

4.

Jack applied for his new job,  ?  

5.

You have a camera,  ?  

6.

You can type well,  ?  

7.

He won't mind if I leave early,  ?  

8.

Tom could help you with the work,  ?   

9.

There are a lot of people here,  ?  

10.

Let's have dinner at 8:30,  ?  

11.

This movie isn't very interesting,  ?  

12.

I'm too fat,  ?  

13.

You wouldn't tell anyone,  ?   

14.

I shouldn't have gotten angry,  ?  

15.

They had to go home,  ?  

16.

He'd never seen you before,  ?  
 
 

EXERCISE B

In these situations you are asking people for information, asking people to do things, etc. Make sentences using QUESTION TAGS. Please, check out the example below. 

Examples:  
You want a chocolate. PerhapsTom has one. ASK HIM ...  Tom, you don't have a chocolate, do you?

 

1.

Jack is just going out. You want him to get some stamps for you. ASK HIM ...  
Jack, you couldn't  .  

2.

You're looking for Ann. Perhaps Alan knows where she is. ASK HIM ...
Alan, you  .  

3.

You need some paper. Perhaps Tom has some. ASK HIM ...
Tom,  .   

4.

Ann has a car, and you don't want to walk home. You want her to give you a lift. ASK HER ...
Ann,  .  

5.

You're looking for your purse. Perhaps Liz has seen it. ASK HER ...
.  

 

om personal english    |    índice de prácticas om exercise