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Phrase "Don't you think"



 
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Phrase "Don't you think" #1 (permalink) Tue Jul 05, 2005 13:57 pm   Phrase "Don't you think"
 

Test No. incompl/elem-35 "Question Tags", question 5

I think you ought to go .........

(a) ought you?
(b) do I?
(c) don't you?
(d) do you?

Test No. incompl/elem-35 "Question Tags", answer 5

I think you ought to go don't you?

Correct answer: (c) don't you?

Your answer was: correct
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why is it not be "dont I"?

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Question tag #2 (permalink) Tue Jul 05, 2005 14:12 pm   Question tag
 

This means I think, dont YOU (think)?
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Phrase "Don't you think" #3 (permalink) Sun Jan 17, 2010 16:06 pm   Phrase "Don't you think"
 

thanks alan .
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