Student or Learner
What is the correct tag question to the following sentence:
a)You seem to be a good man, aren't you?
b)You seem to be a good man, don't you?
a)You seem a good man, aren't you?
b)You seem a good man, don't you?
Usually tags reflect the subject-verb pair, and it's 'you seem' here. So is the tag with 'to be' incorrect?
Are both possible?
Thanks as always!
Thank you, dear Tarheel. And what is wrong with "Thanks as always!"?