Again my problem is related to question tags. I didn't want to stuff another question into it, so I opened another one. If we already know about something and the aim is confirmation and getting more information, can we just change our intonation? I mean in a positive statement such as the following, are both tags correct?
You go there every year, do you?
don't you? (with a falling intonation)
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"You go there every year, do you?" is the kind of response I might expect when someone says nonchalantly "Every year when I go to the South of France and stay in my villa ..."
I am finding it difficult to find a way of saying the question with the "do you?" tag without sounding either sarcastic, or jealous, or disbelieving. If I were genuinely asking the question, or I was perhaps impressed with the information, I would be much more likely to simply say "Oh wow! So do you go there every year?!" instead of using a statement and then a question tag.
Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.