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XxJamberxX XxJamberxX 18-21, F 12 Answers Dec 19, 2012 in Education

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Yes it is, as far as I'm concerned---just some people don't like it and say it's incorrect or slang. If I remember right, it was actually used by the quite high-class English back in the 1920s.

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It is a word, yes: it's an informal ex<x>pression or colloquialism for "am not", "are not" or "is not". For example: "If it ain't broke, don't fix it". You just shouldn't use it in formal writing.

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Yes it is. It just sounds better to say "Ain't that right?" than "Isn't that right?". Same way y'all sounds better than "you all"

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No it ain't ain't. It's are not ain't it?

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It is indeed a word, but perhaps not a "preferred word" among the socially elite.

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umm sorry to disagree, but I believe they added it to the websters dictionary a few years back.

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phrase and not a word.

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No,it's not a word but "Isn't" is a word "Is Not".

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I didn't understand your question. What's "ain't." Is it slang or some foreign world? ;-)

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no it ain't

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