LINGUISTICS & CULTURE
|Data:||07/NOV/2011 3:51 AM|
|Assunto:||How often are question tags used?|
In the last week I was studying about Questions Tags and I found myself in trouble because I know the grammar rule but I'm not able to think fast enough to use question tags in a normal conversation.
There are some kind of tags in sentences that I don't see very often like:
This will be the best car ever. Will It ?
They were looking for new ways to become rich. Weren't they ?
It is correct for me if the grammar structure vision. But I don't see senteces like that very often even in a written English.
The only tag I've seen normal people using is "isn't". I a spoken sentence like:
This is a good job, isn't ?
You are looking for trouble, isn't ? (incorrect, but I heard a Canadian saying It)
So the question is: How Often Do You Use Question Tags ?
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