Exercise 2: question tags

(Practise your skills in using question tags)

Tag questions – drop-down quiz (difficulty: 2 of 5 – rather easy)

For each gap, choose the most suitable question tag in the simple present. In any case, the question tail includes a form of the auxiliary verbs ‘to be, can,’ or ‘to do’.

  • Example: “The hamburger tastes good, _____?” → “The hamburger tastes good, doesn’t it?

You can check your results with the button below after you have finished. If you still need help with the topic, have a look at the use of question tags again.

  1. John is a nice person,
  2. On the way, we can stop and have lunch,
  3. Sue and Mary aren’t at home,
  4. He doesn’t go to the meeting on Mondays,
  5. You are working,
  6. The show isn’t very interesting,
  7. We are lucky people,
  8. You can’t say that,
  9. She writes interesting stories,
  10. Catherine doesn’t eat fish,

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