By asking a question at the end of your blog post, you can encourage your readers to interact with you and provide feedback.
Do you have any questions? Tag questions are a great way to get information from your readers.
Tag questions can also be used to start a conversation. If you're looking to engage your readers in a discussion, ask a question that will get them thinking. By asking a question, you're inviting your readers to share their thoughts and opinions with you.
Creating question tags is a little tricky and takes some practice. The key things to remember in constructing tag questions are the following:
A tag question always has two words These two words are an auxiliary or modal verb of the main sentence plus the subject
If the main sentence is affirmative, the tag question is negative, and if the main sentence is negative, the tag question is affirmative.
You can swim, can’t you?
In order to help you create the tag question, you can think what the question form of the sentence would be, then make it negative or affirmative. For example,
You like football.
Do you like football?
You like football, don’t you?
Although it is a fairly odd linguistic pattern, native speakers utilise it frequently. It's similar to adding a brief query to the end of a positive phrase. For instance, You're a student of English, right?