Hello, sweet folk of the writing world.
Here’s today’s little tidbit (yes, it is the correct, UK spelling of the word – stop sniggering!).
Stopped laughing? Good. Let’s sort something out. Tag questions are those we ‘attach’ to the end of sentences, such as, for example: ‘isn’t it?’
The rule I want you all to remember is that commas are always used after a statement which is followed by a tag question.
Here are a couple of examples:
Lovely weather for sunbathing today, isn’t it?
You’re really proud you remembered that one, aren’t you?
You’ll come and look at next week’s quick grammar post, won’t you?