QUESTIONS. Verb “to be”. QUESTIONS. Aren’t I part of this team? Aren’t you our leader? Isn’t he the only male in our group? Isn’t she the secretary? Isn’t it an exclusive club? Aren’t we part of the group? Aren’t you a member of the team? Aren’t they members, too?. QUESTIONS.
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Verb “to be”
Aren’t I part of this team?
Aren’t you our leader?
Isn’t he the only male in our group?
Isn’t she the secretary?
Isn’t it an exclusive club?
Aren’t we part of the group?
Aren’t you a member of the team?
Aren’t they members, too?
Don’t I belong to this group?
Don’t you want me here?
Doesn’t he ever give up?
Doesn’t she want to join?
Doesn’t it seem unfair?
Don’t we have any refreshments?
Don’t you want to join us?
Don’t they have an agenda for today?
Wasn’t I clear enough?
Weren’t you there when the fight started?
Wasn’t he one of those who started the fight?
Wasn’t she punished for her mistake?
Wasn’t it clear enough?
Weren’t we included in the list?
Weren’t you there when it happened?
Weren’t they present when the police arrived?
Didn’t I give you the letter?
Didn’t you receive the letter?
Didn’t he tell you we had to practice today?
Didn’t she know I am your sister?
Didn’t it arrive through the mail?
Didn’t we send him an email?
Didn’t you receive an email from him?
Didn’t they notice the sign?
Won’t I be fetched at the airport?
Won’t you be there with him?
Won’t he be coming with us?
Won’t she be there to see us off?
Won’t it be crowded at the airport?
Won’t we be uncomfortable waiting for 3 hours?
Won’t you be mad if they lost your luggage?
Won’t they be inspecting our bags?
Cannot = can’t
Can’t you see why I’m crying?
Could not = couldn’t
Couldn’t you be here tomorrow?
May not = mayn’t
She mayn’t even see me off when I leave.
Might not = mightn’t
There mightn’t be anyone left to clean up the mess.
Must not = mustn’t
She mustn’t come near him.
Should not = shouldn’t
You shouldn’t even be here.
Ought not to = use this non-contracted form rather than ‘oughtn’t’
We ought not to use ‘oughtn’t’ in formal communication.