[Grammar] Add question tags

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Jangidmahendrakumar

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Ad question tag
1.Many a man was present there..
2. Scissors are there
3. None of the boys is intelligent
4. None of the girls are weak.
5. A variety of items are not good.
6. The variety of items is not good.
 

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Hello Jangidmahendrakumar, and welcome to the forum. :)
The word "ad" has a different meaning than that of the word "add".
You can look that up in the dictionary.

www.onelook.com

Also, can you tell us when you need to hand in the above homework to your teacher please?
 

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Hello, Jangidmahendrakumar.:)
Welcome to UsingEnglish.com.

I have two questions for you:
How should I pronounce your name?
Is this homework?
:)
 

Jangidmahendrakumar

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Hello, Jangidmahendrakumar.:)
Welcome to UsingEnglish.com.

I have two questions for you:
How should I pronounce your name?
Is this homework?
:)
It doesn't matter. I tried a lot to find out the answers in books, online and asked my friends and teachers . But no one was able to answer.
If you can answer then please answer my questions.
 

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Hello, Jangidmahendrakumar. (I hope the spelling is correct.:))

I'm sorry if my response above made you uncomfortable.
We'd really like to help you, but there's a rule here at UsingEnglish.com that we cannot help people with homework:
https://www.usingenglish.com/forum/announcement.php?f=8&a=7

Where did you find the questions?
 

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You should try first.
 
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