Tag Question Worksheets

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Tag questions, also known as question tags, instantly enrich our spoken English and give it a conversational flavor. A fluent and accurate use of tag questions not only helps you get a conversation instantly started and keep it smoothly moving, it also makes you sound like a native speaker. We should, however, know how to form tag questions for a wide range of sentences, so we can use them spontaneously and correctly. Our tag question worksheets are a great source for children to practice forming question tags for a large diversity of sentences, including a few tricky tags.

These pdf worksheets are most recommended for students in grade 4, grade 5, and grade 6

CCSS: L.5.2.C

Writing Tag Questions

Don't be content with a perfect grammar, vocabulary, and pronunciation. Think beyond. Think about tag questions. This printable write appropriate tag question pdf for 4th grade and 5th grade helps this cause.

Writing Tag Questions

Positive Sentences with Negative Tags

Wouldn't it be great if your students could use a plethora of question tags appropriately and accurately? This free pdf forming negative tag question worksheet helps take the bite out of forming negative question tags.

Positive Sentences with Negative Tags

Negative Sentences with Positive Tags

Not only does a tag question add value to your grammar, it also effects a relaxed pace. This free printable writing positive tag question worksheet equips children to take on positive tag questions headfirst.

Negative Sentences with Positive Tags

Tricky Tag Questions

Pay heed to the special rules in tag questions with this printable tricky tag question worksheet. Familiarize 5th grade and 6th grade students with a few hard-to-form question tags to help tighten their grip on questions formed with a difference.

Tricky Tag Questions