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This section is full of worksheets that can help your students practice forming and using tag questions. There are currently 64 tag questions worksheets to choose from so you are bound to find something your class will enjoy. This is a clever worksheet that combines the classic game, tic-tac-toe, with tag question practice. It would be appropriate for learners of any age from pre-intermediate on up. The lesson notes include directions, variations and even more practice activities so using this in your classroom will be simple. If this is not quite what you had in mind, there are other worksheets available too.
Tag questions are not incredibly challenging when it comes to sentence structure but they are often not taught in basic ESL courses. Whether or not you include them in your class depends on the ability and interests of your students. When forming tag questions, students must first create a grammatically correct statement and then add on a logical tag ending to form the question. Without learning tag questions, students will still be able to convey the same ideas. “You mailed it, didn’t you?” can easily be replaced with “Did you mail it?” to get the same response. The meaning is the same, only the delivery and stress is altered.
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64 FREE Tag Questions Worksheets

GRAMMAR TIP:What Are Tag Questions?
A question tag or tag question is a grammatical structure in which a declarative statement or an imperative is turned into a question by adding an interrogative fragment (the "tag"). For example, in the sentence "You're John, aren't you?", the statement "You're John" is turned into a question by the tag "aren't you". The term "question tag" is generally preferred by British grammarians, while their American counterparts prefer "tag question". Tag questions are more common in colloquial spoken usage than in formal written usage. They can be an indicator of politeness, emphasis or irony. They may suggest confidence or lack of confidence; they may be confrontational, defensive or tentative. Although they have the grammatical form of a question, they may differ from questions in that they do not expect an answer. In other cases, when they do expect a response, they may differ from straightforward questions in that they cue the listener as to what response is desired.
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Question Tags Elementary Worksheet

Question Tags Elementary Worksheet

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This is a simple and easy worksheet for teaching or revising question tags. Recommended for elementary students who are asked to read the twenty  five statements given and complete them ...
6 Elementary
Fun...Isn´t It? Tag Questions

Fun...Isn´t It? Tag Questions

A nice game to play with tag questions. After going through the explanation with students this game works perfectly to help reinforce it. The cards are cut up and placed up side down on the table. ...
7 IntermediateUpper Intermediate and Advanced
Agreement and Disagreement Tags: So and Neither

Agreement and Disagreement Tags: So and Neither

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This is a worksheet for teaching or revising agreement and disagreement tags: so and neither at pre-intermediate level. There's a simple activity in which students are asked to complete ten d ...
6 Pre-IntermediateIntermediate
Inversion

Inversion

This worksheet is useful for intermediate and advanced students. it is just to introduce the topic. The white letters can't be seen in the white board, so you can use them as revision as well. So ...
8 IntermediateUpper Intermediate and Advanced
Agreement Tags : So and Neither

Agreement Tags : So and Neither

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This is a worksheet for teaching or revising agreement tags at intermediate level. Students are asked to decide if they should employ so or neither and complete the sentences using the pronou ...
7 Pre-IntermediateIntermediate
Question Tags Elementary Worksheet

Question Tags Elementary Worksheet

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This is a simple and easy worksheet for teaching or revising question tags at elementary level. Students are asked to add a question tag to the sentences given. The answer key is included.
2 Elementary
JC'S Basic Guide for Auxiliary Verbs

JC'S Basic Guide for Auxiliary Verbs

If your students have problems with auxiliary verbs, they are not alone. Don't despair, help is at hand! This colourful 10-slide power point presentation will guide your students in the confusing ...
3 IntermediateUpper Intermediate and Advanced
Grammar Recycle

Grammar Recycle

This presentation works perfectly for grammar revision among young learners (elementary level). Best fits for "Family and Friends 5" course. On these slides you can fing 17 different test question ...
3 Elementary
Question Tags

Question Tags

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I have used it a lot with intermediate students and they enjoyed it. It can also serve as a quick revision or students may complete it in groups and then compare their answers. Having worked with ...
5 Pre-IntermediateIntermediate
Questions with Wh-words - Interview

Questions with Wh-words - Interview

This worksheet practices forming questions with appropriate question words. It contains 4 different exercises: a matching exercise, blank filling, finding suitable questions for given key words an ...
8 Elementary
Revision Test 4 - Project Plus 2nd Edition

Revision Test 4 - Project Plus 2nd Edition

Revision test for unit 4. It deals with making questions - with the correct question words, making questions to the answers, making questions to the underlined words or phrases. Sentences with que ...
8 Pre-Intermediate
Grammar Topic: Question Tags

Grammar Topic: Question Tags

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I developed a worksheet in four steps to train the usage of question tags. You can cut it into four stripes as the exercises increase the degree of difficulty. Then you put the stripes in differen ...
5 Elementary
Agreement and Disagreement Tags Elementary Worksheet

Agreement and Disagreement Tags Elementary Worksheet

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This is a worksheet for teaching agreement and disagreement tags at elementary level. There are 3 different activities in which students are asked to write the missing word: so or nor, fill i ...
8 Elementary
Tag Questions for Dutch Kids

Tag Questions for Dutch Kids

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I use the text to explain tag questions, the kids have to fill out a diagram to help them understand it better and there are also some practice sentences. It also mentions the exceptions and a thr ...
1 ElementaryPre-Intermediate
Question Tags Worksheet

Question Tags Worksheet

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This is a worksheet for teaching or revising question tags at pre-intermadiate level. Students are asked to complete 30 different sentences with the correct question tag. The answer key ...
12 Pre-IntermediateIntermediate

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