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Příjemce podpory – škola: Hotelová škola, Obchodní akademie a Střední průmyslová škola Teplice, Benešovo náměstí 1, p.o. Číslo projektu: CZ.1.07/1.5.00/34.0528.

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1 Příjemce podpory – škola: Hotelová škola, Obchodní akademie a Střední průmyslová škola Teplice, Benešovo náměstí 1, p.o. Číslo projektu: CZ.1.07/1.5.00/ Název projektu: ICT ve výuce Číslo a název šablony klíčové aktivity: III/2 - Inovace a zkvalitnění výuky prostřednictvím ICT Název ověřovaného materiálu: Digitální učební materiál pro výuku anglického jazyka VY_32_INOVACE_JAA_209 Ročník: 3. Vzdělávací obor:65 – 42 – M/01 Hotelnictví Předmět: Anglický jazyk Tematická oblast: Gramatika Téma:Question Tags Jméno autora:Ing. Zdeněk Brabec Vytvořeno dne: Metodický popis, (anotace) Výukový materiál slouží k seznámení, procvičování, upevnění znalostí specifického gramatického jevu a komunikativní dovednosti specifické slovní zásoby a frazeologie, doplněný o přiložený pracovní list, který žáci vypracovávají v hodině po shlédnutí prezentace.

2 Question Tags A nice day, isn‘t it. -- this could be a nice beginning of your conversation in English In fact, not every question in English starts as a question. Question tags will help you to improve the quality of your speech and sound more natural.

3 Question tags Generally, a positive sentence has a negative question tag … She likes it, doesn‘t she? … and a negative sentence has a positive question tag. She doesn‘t need it, does she?

4 Question tags. Question tags in positive sentences are usually negative: You live in Prague, don‘t you? She is blonde, isn‘t she? They were on holiday in Spain, weren‘t they? He did it himself, didn‘t he? They have lived here for a long time, haven‘t they? The train had left before the arrived, hadn‘t it? They are going to get married in June, aren‘t they? She will help us with our homework, won‘t she? She could have come, couldn‘t she. I am being stupid, aren‘t I.

5 Question tags in negative sentences. Question tags in negative sentences are usually positive: It is not too late, is it? You don‘t drink beer every night, do you? She doesn‘t like us, does she? You haven‘t got a car, have you? They did not arrive on time, did they? She wasn‘t waiting for a long time, was she? He hasn‘t done much of his homework, has he? You haven‘t been sitting at the Internet for too long, have you? The train hadn‘t left before they arrived at the station, had it? He isn‘t going to marry her, is he? You wouldn‘t say that, would you. He won‘t come on his own, will he?

6 Exceptions in question tags. I am …………, aren‘t I? Let‘s ………….., shall we? Do / Don‘t ………., will you?

7 Pronunciation of question tags. The way you pronounce a question tag is important for the listener to fully understand your intentions. If you really want to ASK a question, GO UP WITH YOUR VOICE. If you only want to make sure or look for a consent, GO DOWN WITH YOUR VOICE.

8 WORKSHEET: John is happy with her, …………………….. ? You are tired,…………………….. ? I am being silly, …………………….. ?¨ They have got 5 children, …………………….. ? She has a nice haircut, …………………….. ? You do not do it,…………………….. ? We can’t change it,…………………….. ? She didn’t travel alone to Afghanistan,…………………….. ? They have been to Paris,…………………….. ? She has paid the bill,…………………….. ? Stop it,…………………….. ? There are a lot of people,…………………….. ? You won’t open your sister’s present,…………………….. ? She is coming soon,…………………….. ? Let’s stay home this weekend,…………………….. ? You don’t love him anymore,…………………….. ? She will need it,…………………….. ? We aren’t going to retreat,…………………….. ? It doesn‘t rain much in summer,…………………….. ? You pretend to be someone better,…………………….. ?

9 WORKSHEET – POSSIBLE SOLUTION: John is happy with her, isn’t he? You are tired, aren’t you? I am being silly, aren’t I? They have got 5 children, haven’t they? She has a nice haircut, doesn’t she? You do not do it, do you? We can’t change it, can we? She didn’t travel alone to Afghanistan, did she? They have been to Paris, haven’t they? She has paid the bill, hasn’t she? Stop it, will you? There are a lot of people, aren’t there? You won’t open your sister’s present, will you? She is coming soon, isn’t she? Let’s stay home this weekend, shall we? You don’t love him anymore, do you? She will need it, won’t she? We aren’t going to retreat, are we? It doesn‘t rain much in summer, does it? You pretend to be someone better, don’t you?

10 REFERENCES AND SOURCES OF MATERIAL: References: MURPHY, Raymond. English grammar in use. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1985, ISBN THOMSON, A.J.; MARTINET, A.V.. A Practical English grammar - fourth edition. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1996, ISBN 0 – – 4. PROCTER, Paul E. a kol. Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English. England: Longman Group UK Limited, 1992, ISBN SPENCER, David. Gateway B1+. England: Macmillan Publishers Limited, 2011, ISBN SOARS, Liz; SOARS, John. New Headway Intermediate Workbook - the third edition. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2010, ISBN SOARS, Liz; SOARS, John. New Headway Intermediate Workbook. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2010, ISBN


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