I am writing to ask a question about tag question.
Soccer is a really exciting game, isn't it?
Soccer isn't a very exciting game, is it?
Will these two sentences makes any difference?
If I say the tag question with rising intonation or with falling intonation will the meaning make any difference?
They mean the opposite of each other.
With rising intonation,I am asking a genuine question. If the intonation is faltter, I'm just checking. If intonation actually falls, it can mean disbelief:
Football's an interesting game, is it?
Here, and not that the two verbs are the same, I would use falling intonation as a way of showing that I don't like football.