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Default Re: Any good 'question tag' activities

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I find students tie themselves in so many knots and get so frustrated trying to work out what they're supposed to say that it just demotivates them. and the time could be better spent on something else. What do other people think?
You have a very good point. It does tend to stunt fluency, even for the higher level students. For the lower levels I usually stick to 'me too' or 'I agree, disagree'.
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