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please , I want to the question tags for these sentences
1-He is too tired to go with us , isn't he / can he ?
2-All is well , isn't it ?
3-She should have called first , didn't she ?
4-Amir as well as the boys comes late , don't they ?
Am I right ?
many thanks
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Hi.

1) He's too tired to go with us, isn't he?

2) All is well, isn't it?

3) She should have called first, shouldn't she?

4) Amir, as well as the boys, comes late, doesn't he?
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AnonymousHe is too tired to go with us,
isn't he?
AnonymousAll is well,
isn't it?
AnonymousShe should have called first,
shouldn't she (have)?
AnonymousAmir as well as the boys comes late
doesn't he? (When there is no auxiliary verb in the main clause, use a form of 'do'.)

CJ
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Nugso is correct on items. 1, 2, and 3. Emotion: nodding

However, on number 4, if you are referring to Amir and the boys as a group, you would say

Amir and the boys come late, don't they?
This means that Amir and the boys usually arrive late.

But it's more common to say that someone is late:

Amir and the boys are late, aren't they?
This means that they are late right now.
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Sorry, #3 has issues too, addressed above. I'll go away now.
SijaySorry, #3 has issues too, addressed above. I'll go away now.
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I don't see the problem. You already agreed with the first correction of #3.
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