When you think you know something but you are still not quite sure or when you want to start a conversation with someone, then the tag questions are undeniably useful. We make tag questions by taking the auxiliary (助動詞) verb from a normal sentence and put it in the opposite mood (negative becomes positive and positive becomes negative)
Lets make some examples:
- It is cold today, isn't it?
- Yesterday was a beautiful day, wasn't it?
- The music here is really good, isn't it?
- The wine here tastes cheap, doesn't it?
- Thats a gucci bag, isn't it?
- You are that famous actress, aren't you?
Asking for confirmation:
- You don't like sushi, do you?
- You are not in the basketball club, are you?
- This is your father's house, isn't it.
- Your sister is a race car driver, isn't she?
- You play the piano, don't you?