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? Be 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 there is a full verb in the sentence, use don't, doesn't, didn't or do, does, did to form the question tag. 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
You 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