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About Contractions Phyllis Russell 5/14/02
Question 1 Choose the correct contraction: are not A. were C. didnt B. youre D. arent
Question 2 Choose the correct contraction: do not A. didnt C. its B. Im D. dont
A. arent C. were B. didnt D. its Question 3 Choose the correct contraction for: did not
Question 4 Choose the correct contraction for: is not A. isnt C. Ill B. were D. Im
Question 5 Choose the correct contraction for: I am A. Ill C. its B. Im D. dont
Question 6 Choose the correct contraction for: we have A. Ill C. were B. youre D. weve
Question 7 Choose the correct contraction for: I will A Im C. Ill B. its D. isnt
Question 8 Choose the correct contraction for: we are A. arent C. didnt B. were D. youre
Question 9 Choose the correct contraction for: it is A. Im C. Ill B. its D. isnt
Question 10 Choose the correct contraction for: you are A. weve C. were B. its D. youre
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