肯定文＋,否定形 + 主語（代名詞）?
|Present simple ‘be’||She’s Italian, isn’t she?|
|Present simple other verbs||They live in London, don’t they?|
|Present continuous||We’re working tomorrow, aren’t we?|
|Past simple ‘be’||It was cold yesterday, wasn’t it?|
|Past simple other verbs||He went to the party last night, didn’t he?|
|Past continuous||We were waiting at the station, weren’t we?|
|Present perfect||They’ve been to Japan, haven’t they?|
|Present perfect continuous||She’s been studying a lot recently, hasn’t she?|
|Past perfect||He had forgotten his wallet, hadn’t he?|
|Past perfect continuous||We’d been working, hadn’t we?|
|Future simple||She’ll come at six, won’t she?|
|Future continuous||They’ll be arriving soon, won’t they?|
|Future perfect||They’ll have finished before nine, won’t they?|
|Future perfect continuous||She’ll have been cooking all day, won’t she?|
|Modals can||He can help, can’t he?|
|Modals must||John must stay, mustn’t he?|
否定形＋,肯定文 + 主語（代名詞）?
|Present simple ‘be’||We aren’t late, are we?|
|Present simple other verbs||She doesn’t have any children, does she?|
|Present continuous||The bus isn’t coming, is it?|
|Past simple ‘be’||She wasn’t at home yesterday, was she?|
|Past simple other verbs||They didn’t go out last Sunday, did they?|
|Past continuous||You weren’t sleeping, were you?|
|Present perfect||She hasn’t eaten all the cake, has she?|
|Present perfect continuous||He hasn’t been running in this weather, has he?|
|Past perfect||We hadn’t been to London before, had we?|
|Past perfect continuous||You hadn’t been sleeping, had you?|
|Future simple||They won’t be late, will they?|
|Future continuous||He won’t be studying tonight, will he?|
|Future perfect||She won’t have left work before six, will she?|
|Future perfect continuous||He won’t have been travelling all day, will he?|
|Modals||She can’t speak Arabic, can she?|
|Modals||They mustn’t come early, must they?|
Special exception: the question tag after I am is aren’t I.
For example: I’m in charge of the food, aren’t I?
|Let’s go, shall we?||let’s = let us|
|He’d better do it, hadn’t he?||he had better (no auxiliary)|
|Take a seat, won’t you?||polite invitation|
|Help me, can you?||quite friendly|
|Help me, can’t you?||quite friendly (some irritation?)|
|Close the door, would you?||quite polite|
|Do it now, will you.||less polite|
|Don’t forget, will you.||with negative imperatives only will is possible|
She can rarely come these days, can she?
You hardly ever came late, did you?
I barely know you, do I?
You would scarcely expect her to know that, would you?