Solutions for: App 283 / Question tags (1)

Let's practise using question tags, shall we?
Question tags are used when you expect the other person to agree with you. Or when we want to turn a statement into a question. If the statement is positive, we use a negative question tag. For example: This is Lisa, isn't it? When the statement is negative, we use a positive question tag. For example. He has never been to Scotland, has he? Question tags are used more when speaking than in writing.
Use the same verb in the question tag as in the question: He is...isn't he? She does...doesn't she? Careful: When the question uses "Will..." the question tag is "won't you" For example: He will come with his dog, won't he? If the sentence does not use a verb you can use as a question tag, use don't/doesn't. For example: He knows you, doesn't he?
You are twelve, __________?

Solution:
aren't you
They play board games, __________?

Solution:
don't they
Tom doesn't want to come, __________ he?

Solution:
does
You have finished your homework, __________ you?

Solution:
haven't
I can come with you tomorrow, __________ I?

Solution:
can't
You do like cake, __________ you?

Solution:
don't
I was right, __________ I?

Solution:
wasn't
He will join us tomorrow, __________ he?

Solution:
won't
You have a dog, __________ you?

Solution:
haven't
The weather is wonderful, __________ it?

Solution:
isn't
Lisa is taller than you, __________ she?

Solution:
isn't
I want to have some cake, __________ you?

Solution:
don't
Tom doesn't play tennis, __________ he?

Solution:
does
You are our new art teacher, __________ you?

Solution:
aren't