Question tags are used in spoken English, but not in written English. They are put at the end of the sentence.
Positive or negative
If the sentence is positive, the question tag must be negative.
He is good at dancing, isn’t he?
If the sentence is negative, the question tag must be positive.
He isn’t good at dancing, is he?
They haven’t met him before, have they?
She can help him, can’t she?
No auxiliary or modal verb
She left last Friday, didn’t she?
with "I am" you have to use "aren’t I"
I am the best, aren’t I?
There is a new restaurant next to your company, isn’t there?
Use the same auxiliary, modal verb or do, does or did to reply:
Your holidays were really relaxing, weren’t they? Yes, they were. We really enjoyed them.
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