When should we use Ain t?
The word ain’t is considered by many to be incorrect or “bad” English but it is common in the very informal speech of some people.
It can be used to mean am not, are not, is not, have not, and has not.
Below are some examples of each meaning.
I ain’t going..
How do you use Ain’t in a sentence?
Ain-t sentence examplesI ain’t seen her take the whip to you once. … You ain’t going to like this. … She says she ain’t hungry. … It ain’t happening, sister. … Ain’t you going to ask what I found on the net? … I ain’t leaving the house—maybe make a few phone calls from time to time. … Life ain’t always what it seems to be, is it?More items…
What Ain’t means?
1 : am not : are not : is not. 2 : have not : has not.
Is Ain’t a slang word?
“Ain’t” and 10,000 other new entries have made it into the newest edition of Merriam-Webster’s Collegiate Dictionary. It’s not the first dictionary to print the word, which has long appeared in unabridged dictionaries as well as Webster’s New World Dictionary. But most identify it as substandard or slang.