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WHY ARE YOU SAYING “AIN’T”!? Do you know what it means?

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WHY ARE YOU SAYING “AIN’T”!? Do you know what it means?

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Ain’t is a controversial word in the English language. Learn exactly what ain’t means, why you shouldn’t use ain’t, and the specific situations where ain’t can be used.
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