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The two acceptable forms of this sentence are,

"You're (You are) going to school, aren't you?" (are you not?)

and,

"You go (You do go) to school, don't you?" (do you not?)

The two acceptable forms of this sentence are,

"You're (You are) going to school, aren't you?" (are you not?)

and,

"You go to school, don't you?" (do you not?)

The two acceptable forms of this sentence are,

"You're (You are) going to school, aren't you?" (are you not?)

and,

"You go (You do go) to school, don't you?" (do you not?)

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The two acceptable forms of this sentence are,

"You're (You are) going to school, aren't you?" (are you not?)

and,

"You go to school, don't you?" (do you not?)