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  1. #1
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    So is it haven't or have'nt. Or would'nt or wouldn't. ??

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    Have not & wouldn't

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    It is haven't and wouldn't.......in most states

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    Originally posted by swampfox
    It is haven't and wouldn't.......in most states
    I'll second that.

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    Thanks guy's

    The next question is the i before e thing it don't work sometimes, My wife is my spell check. I really can't say that we are "All" stupid down south. Norm are you there?

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    The rule is I before E except after C.

    Piece

    Receive

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    Now for the long one. Which is correct...to, too, or two?
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    sometimes, two beers, is too many, to drive home, or in the case of frame, too many to post pictures. those fat chicks made more than two, too many trips to mcdonalds.
    i wanted to put a picture here

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    Some ask why?

    Some ask why not?

    I ask whyn't?




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    For contractions, you put the ' where the missing letter was, like this
    wouldn't, won't, can't but I don't know 'bout "ain't" which was a proper word before 1800.

  11. #11
    Originally posted by madeinusa
    The rule is I before E except after C.


    And in words that sound like A, as in neighbor, e before i.
    Hey cockroach, don't bug me! ©

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    this place is just like fourth grade.......again.
    FILL OUT YOUR PROFILE!!

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    Originally posted by Diceman
    Originally posted by madeinusa
    The rule is I before E except after C.


    And in words that sound like A, as in neighbor, e before i.
    I must have been talking to my sweetheart “neighbor” when they went over this part in school. She was more important at the time.

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