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  • Carlos lost his key,
    a.isn't he ?

    b. has he ?

    c. hasn't he ?



  • Roberto read a book,
    a. doesn't he ?

    b. isn't he ?

    c. didn't he ?



  • The children always arrive late,
    a. don't they ?

    b. aren't they ?

    c. doesn't he ?



  • They never work,
    a. do they ?

    b. don't they ?

    c. did they ?



  • She hates maths,
    a. isn't she ?

    b. doesn't she ?

    c. does she ?



  • Nobody understands,
    a. do we ?

    b. don't they ?

    c. do they ?



  • Renato's bicycle was stolen,
    a. wasn't it ?

    b. wasn't he?

    c. was it ?



  • He's got nothing in his pocket,
    a. is he ?

    b. has he ?

    c. hasn't he ?



  • Everybody was laughing at him,
    a. wasn't he ?

    b. weren't they ?

    c. wasn't everybody ?



  • I don't think they'll come,
    a. will they ?

    b. won't they ?

    c. do they ?



  • Nobody's perfect,
    a.have they ?

    b.are they ?

    c. aren't they



  • The girl's parents helped her,
    a. didn't they ?

    b. didn't she ?

    c. did they ?



  • I'm right,
    a. amn't I ?

    b.isn't I ?

    c.aren't I ?

    d.aren't you ?



  • Tomorrow they're going nowhere,
    a. will they ?

    b. aren't they ?

    c. are they ?

    d. won't they ?



  • She'd like to have a chocolate,
    a. wouldn't she ?

    b. hasn't she ?

    c. hadn't she ?



  • She'd 10 francs in her pocket,
    a. wouldn't she ?

    b.hadn't she ?

    c. did she ?



  • He can speak English,
    a. doesn't he ?

    b.can he ?

    c. can't he ?



  • The boys' teacher opened the book,
    a. didn't he ?

    b. didn't they ?

    c. didn't it ?



  • You'll understand,
    a. will you ?

    b. won't I ?

    c. won't you ?



  • She's sixteen,
    a. hasn't she ?

    b. isn't she ?

    c. doesn't she ?

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