„Should“ tag questions are not very common for the difficulty of using oughtn`t. „Should“ is sometimes mixed with the should. Example: non-symmetrical day questions contain a positive statement with a positive day or a negative statement with a negative day; It has been estimated that in normal conversations, up to 40-50%  of tags are unbalanced. Unbalanced day questions can be used for ironic or conflictable effects: day questions are used to ask for approval or ask for things, favors, or new information. To determine which one, listen to the sound of the spokesperson. A growing tone at the end of a day question indicates that this is a real question. The spokesperson wants to know something or wants someone to do something. However, the drop in tone means that the spokesperson is seeking approval. In this section, we discuss the grammar of tag questions in the general use of English. Day questions can be found in current affairs and written literal recordings of conversations. It is used when there is no adjuvant in the main sentence (except „do“ itself) and if the main defect is not „be“ (or sometimes „have“). For example, everyone knows that snow is white. Look at these questions and the right answers: The day, right? is often used in the northeastern United States and other regions to make offers less imposing.
These questions can always be logically supplemented by indicating the opposite of the offer, although this effect is intuitively understood by native speakers. For example: while the above is the main grammar of day questions, some other words and phrases can also be used for similar purposes.