don’t you? In this grammar lesson, you will learn about
tag questions, which many intermediate and advanced English students struggle with. I explain how to use them in each English verb tense. This lesson is full of examples. You’ll get to see and hear how to use tag questions in real life situations. You’ll also learn how these questions can sometimes express surprise, be rude, or sarcastic. Tag questions are a perfect topic to study,
The way to learning English that I really like.
ıt is wonderfull
That’s very good and easy way to learning English together but I forget it the tense a little bit we want that to begin them agin in this new lesson
Very Good Lesson Benjamin! Thanks :)
Taking a quiz is beneficial especially for this lesson. I think I have more confidence using tag questions when I took the quiz quickly and correctly. In Korean, there’s a popular proverb saying “Seeing once is better than reading 100 times”. I think this is similar to learning English. Speaking once is better than just reading many times.
Seeing once is better than reading 100 times. Isn’t it?
Perfect idiom! Tsk Insoo.
I wrote the idiom wrongly. I correct it as “Seeing once is better than listening 100 times”. In Korean, it is “백문이 불여일견” and it is originally from the Chinese phrase “百聞不如一見”. Anyways, you utilize tag questions so well!. :)
Thank you,Insoo! You also utilize tag questions very good!
Thanks so much for this lesson Benjamin!
Thank you Benjamin
very useful, tnks!
Thanks, by lesson Ben!
thank you for your lesson.
Please (if it is possible) could you explain why this tags do exist in English. I can not understand, if somebody say : “We´ve been cleaning our house, haven´t we ?”, why they are asking themseves if they have been doing it. In my landguage this phrase doesn´t exsist in affirmative sentece.
Thank you very much for your answer.
Adriana, you are from Slovakia. Aren’t you? (this is answer for your question)
Hi Adriana, in Slovak, we use the question word “však?” instead :-)
You have made the lesson of “tag question” and verb tenses in English very clear.
It is always good to review the theory and then practice repeating what you say in your lesson.
Thank you for your work.
you have commented useful sentences, haven´t you?
Thank you so much dear Benjamin for this lesson.
Thanks for this lesson, Really help me so much.,
10 out of 10! thanks!:)
THANK YOU very much!!!
I am from Iraq and I am in my last year of high school, tag questions are like nothing for us, I came here to see whether we learn it in a simplified form and no, we are advanced english speakers… damn!
I have got 10 out of 10. That’s really amazing.
Thank you Mr.Benjamin. I am really sure that i have already understood your explanation. I hope you will give more videos about English lesson.
How have i got 10 out of 10?
Thank you, Benjamin! It is a very helpful lesson.
Hi,I am new member here the quiz was easy and enjoyable I took 10/10 thank you
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10/10 Helpful lesson. Thanks, Benjamin. Please continue lessons for the advanced level.
Very helpful. Thank you so much, Benjamin.
Thanks a lot. This is a great help.
your explanation is easy to understand, so I can catch the lesson very well. thank you, sir
That’s really great.
Thanks a lot.
Thank you teacher!
It is really entertaining. I am feeling thrilled.
Best regards, Benjamin
Greetings from Kazakhstan 23 Nov2021
Thank you very much Mr. Benjamin.
Who cares, don’t they? Is it correct?
Thanks Benjamin..you are great, arent’ u ?
The exercise was nice and educative one.
Benjamin, thank you!