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  1. caņita
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    Unhappy needn't in question tags

    Hello! I am working on an exercises about question tags and i'm not sure how to make a question tag with needn't. The sentence would be:

    You needn't go yet, need you?

    Is that correct or it would be better with the auxiliary do? You needn't go yet, do you?

    Thank you very much for your help

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    Re: needn't in question tags

    You needn't go yet, need you?
    You don't need to go yet, do you?


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