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Monday Motivation – “Ain’t” Ain’t a Word

We’ve reached the end of our Spring Break-Away month, and the student entries have been full of fun and excellent rule breaking.  To cap off the month’s activities, try one last challenge that bucks the grammar grouches…

English: Originally for the article Contractio...

Write a piece using the maximum number of contractions (can’t, don’t, mustn’t, etc.)  As a bonus, try to include a few that add a rhyming element to the end of your lines.

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  1. Pingback: without apostrophes | Eric M. Vogt: Life-Writings

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