Exercise 1: question tags

(Practise your skills in using question tags)

Question tags – drop-down quiz (difficulty: 1 of 5 – easy)

For each gap, choose the suitable question tag (tail) of the verb ‘to be’.

  • Example: “The film is good, _____?” → “The film is good, isn’t it?

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  1. Sue is quite intelligent,
  2. They are happy,
  3. Your parents aren’t very patient,
  4. His sister is a very quiet person,
  5. Bob and Tom are two Americans,
  6. We are a good team,
  7. You aren’t hungry,
  8. Peter is a good teacher,
  9. We are almost there,
  10. Your friend Sandra is 25 years old,

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