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Contractions and Negatives. Can’t Won’t Shouldn’t He’ll. Contractions. A contraction is a shortened form of 2 words. Use an apostrophe in place of the missing letters. Examples: I am I’m He will he’ll Can not can’t. Contractions; practice. Write a contraction: we have

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contractions and negatives

Contractions and Negatives

Can’t

Won’t

Shouldn’t

He’ll

contractions
Contractions
  • A contraction is a shortened form of 2 words.
  • Use an apostrophe in place of the missing letters.
  • Examples:
    • I am I’m
    • He will he’ll
    • Can not can’t
contractions practice
Contractions; practice

Write a contraction:

  • we have
  • You are
  • She is
  • Can not
  • She would
  • We are
  • I would
check your work
Check your work
  • we have: we’ve
  • You are: you’re
  • She is: she’s
  • Can not: can’t
  • She would: she’d
  • We are: we’re
  • I would: I’d
more practice
More Practice

Write a contraction:

  • I am
  • He had
  • They will
  • You are
  • Will not
  • Does not
  • Are not
check your work1
Check Your Work
  • I am: I’m
  • He had: he’d
  • They will: they’ll
  • You are: you’re
  • Will not: won’t
  • Does not: doesn’t
  • Are not: aren’t
your assignment
Your Assignment
  • In your Grammar and Writing practice workbook, carefully tear out and complete p. 77/78.
  • Be sure to have it in the tray by 9:00 tomorrow morning.
your assignment1
Your Assignment
  • In your Grammar and Writing practice workbook, carefully tear out and complete p. 79/80.
  • Be sure to have it in the tray by 9:00 tomorrow morning.
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