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    #1

    won't you?

    Hi

    By Monday you will have left, won't you?

    Is "won't you" alright?

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    #2

    Re: won't you?

    Quote Originally Posted by GUEST2008 View Post
    Hi

    By Monday you will have left, won't you?

    Is "won't you" alright?
    Hi, GUEST2008.

    Yes, I think it is OK.

    Please wait for native speakers to respond.
    (I'm not a native speaker of English.)

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    #3

    Re: won't you?

    I think it's correct too!

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    #4

    Re: won't you?

    Yes, It is right

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    #5

    Re: won't you?

    Quote Originally Posted by lucalita009 View Post
    Yes, It is right


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    #6

    Re: won't you?

    Quote Originally Posted by GUEST2008 View Post
    Hi

    By Monday you will have left, won't you?

    Is "won't you" alright?
    In fact it's better then the easier (but increasingly common) tag '..., no?'. There's also the more colloquial 'Am I right?' (and lots of other requests for confirmation: '..., right?', '..., yes?', '... - true?' But I'd stick to 'won't you': I can't think of a context where it'd be inappropriate.

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