Tag Questions with Indefinite and Demonstrative Pronouns

A tag question is a question added at the end of a sentence. Speakers use tag questions chiefly to make sure their information is correct or to seek agreement. The tag question consists of a statement and a tag . If the statement is positive, the tag is usually negative and vice versa.

 

In today’s lesson, I’m going to explain tag questions with indefinite and demonstrative pronouns in a series of cartoons. Here are the rules for tag  questions . . .

1. with I am

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2. with nobody, no one, someone, somebody, anyone, and anybody

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3. with everything, something, anything, and nothing

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4. with there + a form of be

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5. with demonstrative pronouns this, that, these, and those

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