Spanish has simple question tags, just like English does (isn't it?, don't you?...). These are very easy to use!
Use of ¿verdad? and ¿no?
These two tags are used in the same way, therefore they are interchangeable. Like all question tags, they are placed at the end of a sentence and they seek confirmation/reassurance from the listener of what is being stated. Let's see some examples:
As you can see, both affirmative and negative statements use the same forms. Also, in Spanish, the type of verb used in the statement does not change the question tag, while in English, the type of question tag depends on both these factors.
Here are more examples:
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