Tag Questions for Progressive Tenses

Rike Neville
Grade Levels
10th - 12th, Adult Education
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Tag questions or question tags--whatever you call them, are fun! If you are about to teach the progressive tenses (or already did), why not add some tag questions into the mix? This set is just what you need!

This tag questions task card resource is perfect supplemental material for the students who like to practice their grammar in a more traditional way, but still allows for turning the practice into an activity. Sentences were crafted for adults, but are not inappropriate for younger learners. Eleven types of questions ensure that students are not mindlessly writing answers--they'll have to think. Present progressive, past progressive, and future progressive are grouped together to make it easy to split into mini-sets and use along with the progressive tense that they are currently working on.


  • 1-page introduction
  • 3 pages (12 cards) for the present progressive
  • 3 pages (12 cards) for the past progressive
  • 3 pages (12 cards) for the future progressive
  • 1-page answer sheet (optional use)
  • 1-page answer key
  • Easel version now included! (Added 11/2/2021)

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