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Use of "Ain’t" word while making negative sentences


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Use of Ain’t word while making negative sentences


Ain’t is the contracted form of previously used contraction an’t. This word is not considered as standard but used as a slang word in general English.

This word is usually used as a contraction for “am not” but by the time this is commonly used for contraction of "is not", "are not", "has not", or "have not" in today’s contraction grammar.

For Example:

These spectacles ain't ugly but they ain't fit me. (These spectacles are not ugly but they do not fit me.)

Also the word has been used for "do not", "does not", and "did not.

For Example :

I ain’t know about this topic.( I do not know about this topic.)

In some ways this word help people to get rid of tenses while making simple sentences and also seen to be used for “has not”, “have not” or “had not”

For Example:

I ain’t called him. (I have not called him.)

In the same way we use this form of contraction in Future tense also for “will not”, “shall not”, “would not”or “should not”.

For Example:

I ain’t go there in near future. (I will not go there in near future.)
So far this word is not the standard in the use but used by many authors and people to avoid themselves from the Tenses.




Sample Usage

Use of Ain’t word while making negative sentences


Ain’t is the contracted form of previously used contraction an’t. This word is not considered as standard but used as a slang word in general English.

This word is usually used as a contraction for “am not” but by the time this is commonly used for contraction of "is not", "are not", "has not", or "have not" in today’s contraction grammar.

For Example:

These spectacles ain't ugly but they ain't fit me. (These spectacles are not ugly but they do not fit me.)

Also the word has been used for "do not", "does not", and "did not.

For Example :

I ain’t know about this topic.( I do not know about this topic.)

In some ways this word help people to get rid of tenses while making simple sentences and also seen to be used for “has not”, “have not” or “had not”

For Example:

I ain’t called him. (I have not called him.)

In the same way we use this form of contraction in Future tense also for “will not”, “shall not”, “would not”or “should not”.

For Example:

I ain’t go there in near future. (I will not go there in near future.)
So far this word is not the standard in the use but used by many authors and people to avoid themselves from the Tenses.



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