712 – Negative Questions

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712 - Negative Questions

Wouldn’t it be nice if we could learn another language quickly and easily? Oh, don’t worry, this isn’t a commercial, just an intro to this lesson. Isn’t that why you’re here? Negative questions are questions that begin with the negative forms of the be verb and other auxiliary verbs. Like their cousins, tag questions, negative questions are often used to check what we think is true.
By the end of this lesson, you be able to use and understand this English. Let’s dive in.

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Aren’t we going to take a break for lunch?

Isn’t Jack supposed to be attending the meeting?

Couldn’t we get there by train?

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