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Question tags #1 (permalink) Sun Feb 27, 2005 6:08 am   Question tags
 

Test No. incompl/elem-35 "Question Tags", question 1

You said you would .........

(a) would you?
(b) did you?
(c) had you?
(d) didn't you?

Test No. incompl/elem-35 "Question Tags", answer 1

You said you would didn't you?

Correct answer: (d) didn't you?
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Question tags #2 (permalink) Sun Feb 27, 2005 11:59 am   Question tags
 

Hi Puja,

If you want an explanation of the question tags, please take a look at this post:
http://www.english-test.net/forum/ftopic696.html

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