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Tag questions with "any/no/some/every/each/either/neither"



 
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Tag questions with "any/no/some/every/each/either/neither" #1 (permalink) Mon Oct 12, 2009 9:05 am   Tag questions with "any/no/some/every/each/either/neither"
 

Dear English experts,

How do we make the tag questions with the following combined words with each of "any/no/some/every/each"...

For examples:
+ anybody, nobody, someone, everything, ...
+ Either of you takes a vacation now, don't you? ==> correct??
+ Neither of you takes a vacation now, do you? ==> correct??

Please advise me.
Highly appreciated your efforts.
Hieu.
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Tag questions with "any/no/some/every/each/either/neither" #2 (permalink) Mon Oct 12, 2009 10:04 am   Tag questions with "any/no/some/every/each/either/neither"
 

Dear Hieupt,

I think some question tags depend on their context and the first clause in sentence is positive or negative statement that its results in negative or positive tag.

Examples:

- Nothing came in the post, did it?
- I'm alright, aren't I?

You can see more at the link as follows: http://www.englishclub.com/grammar/verbs-questions-tag.htm

Some native speakers can teach us about this.
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