Question Tags: The Grammar Gameshow Episode 22
Welcome to the Grammar Gameshow! Test your knowledge in this crazy quiz! The presenter is a bit strange, the points don’t make sense and the prizes could use some improvement, but at least the grammar is correct!
Liz is really hanging in there! She’s a fighter and there’s no mistaking it! But can she keep fighting when she meets Felicia? This time they will need to answer questions on question tags! Those little auxiliary verb plus pronoun combinations for checking and asking! Who will succeed? Will Liz equal Mya’s record? Can you do better? Find out in this episode of the Grammar Gameshow!
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24 thoughts on “Question Tags: The Grammar Gameshow Episode 22”
The price was good this time. 🤣
My name's MIA and you forgot my name you DUMMY! DIDN'T YA????
Is it proper to ask question tags? Don't make us sound rude?
I mean.. is it polite?
Next idea: Will becomes the contestant
I love watching these kind of videos, even if I’ve already seen those topics, I always learn something new.
My favourite show! so funny …
May I ask you one question? What does the sentense "Come on Champ" (Will said) mean?
My 11 year old son enjoys this show! It's a fun way to review his grammar skill. Thanks a lot!
Always suggest us like these lessons 👏👏
Question Tag—–This time was very useful for me. Thank you!
I was hoping Leslie says goodbye in Bahasa Indonesia
What happen if the imperative is negative ? For example: "Don't be so rude". Is it correct to say "Couldn't you?"? or is it "Could you?"?
Please never end the show 😍👌
My favourite show! Play with husband together every time) Thank you very much for your work!
As much informative as much funny.
Thank you, very useful lesson !!!
I did well throughout the test just as Felicia did. The presenter was unfair to both of us, though. Wasn't he? I wush you could have given us a quick tip about the expression "innit" , which is often heard in English movies, that dominates almost all question tags options.
I love it
I am a beginner, which play list should I start
dont put girls .. and if you can change the overall way that will be better
Ha Ha! So funny!