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Contractions are also known as:

The punctuation mark which is used as part of a contraction is called:

What is the contracted negative form of 'you are'?

What is the contracted negative form of 'it is'?

What is the contracted negative form of 'I am'?

What is the contracted negative form of 'was'?

What is the contracted negative form of 'were'?

What is the contracted negative form of 'will be'?

What is the non-standard (ungrammatical, incorrect) contracted negative form of 'am not', 'is not', and 'are not'?

'_____ No Mountain High Enough' is a song made famous by Marvin Gaye and Tammi Terrell.


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51 Comments on “English Grammar: Negative contractions of the verb “TO BE””


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Very nice!!

Saturday, September 9th 2017

Nice lesson,Gill. Thanks.

Saturday, September 9th 2017

Thank so much! I am learning English with you 😘😘

Saturday, September 9th 2017

10/10 good lesson gin 😘😘😘

Sunday, September 10th 2017

Thanks a lot. Have a good day.

Sunday, September 10th 2017

thanks so much for the lesson

Sunday, September 10th 2017

hello teacher.please tell me if my sentence is correct.
I was an interesting person for others some time back.
but these days “I am missing being interesting”.

Here we have continues form and gerund and after that adjective.plzz tell me if it is right. thank u

Sunday, September 10th 2017

    Hi ghost rider — thanks for your question. A better way of saying it would be: “People used to find me interesting at one time, but these days I don’t seem to be interesting any more.” I hope this is helpful — all the best with your English studies :-)

    Sunday, September 24th 2017

Thanks Gill ;)

Sunday, September 10th 2017

Thank you, teacher

Sunday, September 10th 2017

Thanks

Sunday, September 10th 2017

Thank you, 10/10 woohoo

Sunday, September 10th 2017

I got 10/10 :) Thank you, Gill. BTW, I remind the song “It Ain’t Me” by Selena Gomes & Kygo.

Sunday, September 10th 2017

I got 8/10

don’t worry

Sunday, September 10th 2017

10/10. Nice lesson. Thanks gill. You are great.

Sunday, September 10th 2017

thx Gill… good lesson

Sunday, September 10th 2017

10/10. Always is lovely to hear this beautiful accent. Thank you so much.

Sunday, September 10th 2017

Good site, good lesson.
Thanks!

Sunday, September 10th 2017

Unforgettable lesson, Gill! Finally I know the meaning and the use of the ain’t form! Thank you very much! See you soon! Q

Sunday, September 10th 2017

This was a very special lesson. Thanks Gill!

Sunday, September 10th 2017

contracting only one letter in word by changing apostrophe is stupid.

Monday, September 11th 2017

10/10 nice

Monday, September 11th 2017

I agree with Tr0yan. Anyway, this is English:)

Monday, September 11th 2017

Got 10/10 after thinking over 2 minutes only on last question. Thanks you so much Teacher Gill. YOU’RE THE BEST!

Monday, September 11th 2017

10/10! Thanks a lot!

Monday, September 11th 2017

Thank you, Gill

Monday, September 11th 2017

Thanks a lot, Gill.

Monday, September 11th 2017

wonderful

Tuesday, September 12th 2017

Very nice

Tuesday, September 12th 2017

Thanks for the lesson!

Wednesday, September 13th 2017

Thanks for the Lesson Mrs.Gill

Wednesday, September 13th 2017

Thank you

Wednesday, September 13th 2017

Hi Gill! Just a doubt about the last question. The song’s title “ain’t no mountain…” has double negative, right? Cause “ain’t” involves the word “not” already, so for me it would be correct to put it this way: “ain’t mountain…” or “ain’t a mountain…” (without “no”) am I right? Thanks ♡

By the way I love your new hairstyle 😍. You look pretty ♡. Hugs

Wednesday, September 13th 2017

    Hi blueapplee – you’re right, it’s a double negative – this can happen with ain’t, and it just acts as a negative. In standard English, if you use a double negative, it can have a positive meaning, eg “I can’t not go” means “I must go”, “I can’t avoid going”. I hope this helps :-)

    Tuesday, September 19th 2017

very nice

Thursday, September 14th 2017

thanks alot

Thursday, September 14th 2017

This session helps me a lot

Thursday, September 14th 2017

thanks..

Sunday, September 17th 2017

thank you gill for your lesson really Iam new one on this web site so I hope to be good student

Sunday, September 17th 2017

you are great

Sunday, September 17th 2017

I have to listen to the song “Ain’t no mountain high enough” because it’s the first time I have seen this title, maybe the music would be recognized if I checked it, whoever knows. Thanks a lot, teacher Gill, I very useful review and revision of negative forms of the verb To be.

Sunday, September 17th 2017

Thank you!

Sunday, September 17th 2017

Gill is the best teacher
She is simply great ..
Very very useful lesson..

Sunday, September 17th 2017

Good class!!

Monday, September 18th 2017

Thank you very much!

Thursday, September 21st 2017

Thank you very much!

Thursday, September 21st 2017

Thank you Gill for the good lesson. I did not know that double negative means “must be”. You are a good teacher.

Thursday, September 21st 2017

Thanks

Thursday, September 21st 2017

Hi every body
Thanks my teacher Gill

Sunday, September 24th 2017

Thanks

Sunday, September 24th 2017
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