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Published on April 17, 2009

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Contractions : Contractions Affirmative & Negative Present Tense: Be This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0 United States License Robert F. van Trieste Affirmative with be : Affirmative with be In third person singular (she/he/it), it is also possible to have a name: for example, Mary + is =Mary’s, John + is = John’s, and Mr. Smith + is = Mr. Smith’s. Affirmative contractions can not be used at the end of a sentence. Some contractions look and sound like other English words: for example, He’s looks and sounds like his. It’s looks and sounds like its. We’re looks and sounds like were. And they’re looks and sounds like their and there. Negative of be : Negative of be Slide 4: END

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