The adverbity in the day of the question is in the same form of time as the main address in the testimony. What is the right day of the question for “You have nothing to do” This is not really about the question tags, but the questions – see www.eslbase.com/grammar/questions about it. For example, everyone knows that snow is white. Look at these questions and the right answers: the question of the English day is composed of an auxiliary message and a pronoun. The excipant must correspond to the temporal form, appearance and modality of the verb in the preceding sentence. Therefore, the rule of subject-predicate agreement should always be in our heads. There are different forms, depending on the subject and the assistant that is used in the testimony. If we only check the information, the intonation normally descends on the day (falling intonation). If this is a real question and we do not know the answer, the intonation usually increases over the day (increase in intonation). Question tags are used to request approval or confirmation. Forms “must” mark questions both with oneself and with. Even if “must” means obligation, daytime questions can be asked with both with and with. Please give me the solution to the question of the day – “Many men many heads,…….? Day questions are common in spoken English.
We usually use them to confirm a person`s information or opinion. “Must” and “shan`t” are usually found only in the singular and plural first person (“Me” and “We”). The question of the day “Should I?” or “Should we?” is most often found as a real question requiring clarification of a request for instructions. Hello, I`d like to know which day question is right: you have a brother, don`t you? Or you have a brother, don`t you? In most languages, day questions are more frequent in spoken use than in formal written use….