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..." The first example with "ain't" is incorrect prescriptively, but it is correct descriptively if the majority of the speakers in that area use that particular method of phrasing. One may cringe when they hear that phrase because it is grammatically incorrect academically, as 'ain't' ought to be 'isn't,' but correct within that social norm. I choose...
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