severe criticism intonation
We usually make a negative question with an auxiliary verb (have, did, would, etc.)
to suggest, persuade, criticise, etc.
Haven’t you ever considered you might be wrong?
Have you never considered you might be wrong?
Haven't you got money Left?
Didn't you get my email saying I'd be on holiday?
Couldn't you get a babysitter?
But weren't you supposed to do that last night?
Can't you leave it outside?
Wouldn’t you rather go by plane?
Haven't you any interest in maths at all?
(or Don’t you have any interest in maths at all?)
Have you no interest in maths at all? (or Do you have no
interest in maths at all?)
Couldn't you find anywhere else to sleep?
Could you find nowhere else to sleep?
Can't you remember anything about the accident?
Can you remember nothing about the accident?
Why don’t I ever do well in exams?
Why do I never do well in exams?
Isn't there anybody you can ask for help?
Is there nobody you can ask for help?