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Contractions Lets Go!
I am Im Iam well
We will Will Well Wont
Should not Shnot Couldnt Shouldnt
Cannot Cannt Cant Couldnt
Do not Dnot Donot Dont
They will Thell Theyll Thll
He will Hell Hewll Hll
I have Ive Iave Im
Will not Willnt Won't Wint
They have Thve Theyve Theve
She is Shes Shs Hes
Would not Wouldnt Wont Woulnt
She will Shell Shll Shes
Could not Couldnt Cant
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