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1. Chris can do the job, isn't he?
2. Chris can do the job, isn't she?

(Which tag question is right? Are both OK? Is Chris used as a male name or female name?)

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    Chris is both a girl's and a boy's name. A better way of asking that question would be, "Chris can do the job, can't she?"

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