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English in mind, slide 35, ex. 2-a, b, c, d,

Exersize A.

1. You’re Canadian. Aren’t you?

2. It’s smaller then the USA. Isn’t it?

3. It isn’t Vancouver. Is it?

4. Cities in the USA are much bigger then that. Aren’t they?

5. You’ve been there. Haven’t you?

6. Wow. You don’t know much about Canada at all. Have you?

Exersize B.

1. With positive statements, we usually use a negative question tag.

You’re Canadian, aren’t you?

2. With negative statements, we usually use a positive question tag.

It isn’t Vancouver, is it?

Exersize C.

1. He’s American, isn’t he?

2. She doesn’t like me, does she?

3. She can come with us, can’t she?

4. They aren’t from Canada, are they?

5. They’re from the USA, aren’t they?

6. Your favorite food is pasta, isn’t it?

7. She won’t be at the party, will she?

8. You don’t know my sister, do you?

9. You’ve been to Italy, haven’t you?

10. You haven’t got a brother, have you?

Exersize D.

1. He saw us, didn’t he?

2. They don’t live here, do they?

3. She likes chocolate, doesn’t she?

4. You can’t come to the party, can you?

5. They went to New York, didn’t they?

6. She goes to your school, doesn’t she?

7. You’ve seen that film, hasn’t you?

8. She hasn’t done that, has she?

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