After introducing the theme, we usually play bingo with tag endings. I give students cards like bingo cards with different label endings (e.g…. did she have any? …, didn`t she?). Then I take a paper and read the sentence: He was your boss, wasn`t he? Or not? I have a doubt as English Grammar Today – Cambridge Dictionary says, „Does he have it?“ Please explain the correct answer. Thank you Yes, this is correct because the word is not negative and if the reference of a word is not understood, „it“ is used as a reference. Hello!!!! I have a question. So let`s start tomorrow, right? Is it fair to say that? Yes, that`s right. Or they can say, „Do you want?“ Grammar Monster has this to say about collective names, which I think sums up well. Well, in spoken English, we hear many cases where these „rules“ are broken, and that`s because the rules of English grammar are not set in stone. This is how language evolves as different ways of saying things become common and accepted and are therefore part of the language. The use of „They don`t have“ in your example is an example. BUT – You certainly shouldn`t have been punished for using „Don`t they have them“ because that`s completely correct.
Currently, everyone loves cricket – the right answer „Don`t us“ is the right day for this phrase. I hope this helps! Both are correct. „Do you want?“ is probably a little less polite. Please ask the guys to come in, right? It`s true? This is similar to Ngendakunana`s comment above. If we start a sentence with the subject „person“, we can see that it takes the form in the third person of the singular of the verb: we can see from this sentence that the subject „Each person“ takes the form in the third person of the singular of the verb (a). This means that the subject we insert into the question day must also be in the third person singular. So, your sentence should be: If we only check the information, the intonation usually decreases the same day (fall in intonation). If this is a real question and we don`t know the answer, intonation usually increases the same day (increased intonation). „Has“ in your sentence is the main reference, so we need to use „do“ as the auxiliary track in the tag. Can you give me a source/book that explains the use of steps in this case? I don`t have a specific source that accurately cites this example, but for example, Michael Swan`s „Practical English Usage,“ a respected grammatical reference, states the rule I explained above. A collective noun can be considered a singular or plural, depending on the meaning of the sentence.
If it is too difficult to make a decision about the singular or plural, put words as members of . go ahead and force yourself to go to the plural. .