Contraction Vocabulary List
Contractions are formed by combining two words. The contracted word has one or more letters missing. The missing letters are replaced by an apostrophe ('). Contractions may be formed by joining an auxiliary verb with not or by joining a pronoun with an auxiliary verb. The table below lists the most common contractions next to their non-contracted forms.
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