What does the end of sentence eh tag mean in Canadian English? It seems like it should mean something. In other languages, final tags can indicate questions or other things.
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I use it to mean "okay?" or "right?" or "do you not agree with me?" All more-or-less the same, acha?
It's a Canadian, not American usage, but I've always considered it the "Anglo" equivalent of the French "n'est-ce pas?" which translates loosely into "isn't it so?"