- Falling intonation when we are almost sure.
- Rising intonation when we are less sure.
You’re coming to the party with us, aren’t you?
If the statement is positive, use a negative question tag. You like pizza, don’t you?
If the statement is negative, use a positive question tag. You don’t like broccoli, do you?
If there is an auxiliary verb in the sentence, we use it to create the question tag. You have traveled to Tokyo, haven’t you?
Sometimes there isn’t an auxiliary verb. You like broccoli, don’t you?
She studies English, doesn’t she?
You went to the party, didn’t you?