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1. You must have walked long, musn't you?

2. Tom must gets up early, mustn't he?

3. Ann seldom goes to the movies, does she?

(Are they all grammatical?)

  • English -

    1. You have walked a long way, haven't you?

    2. Tom must get up early, mustn't he?

    3. Ann seldom goes to the movies, does she? [OK]

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