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accepted “If it ain't in writing it don't exist” - why the broken grammar?
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comment “If it ain't in writing it don't exist” - why the broken grammar?
Even if "ain't" is an error, wouldn't it be a different type of error? Like how a spelling error is not a grammar error? Anyway, I don't see how using an informal variant of a word is a grammar error (as in that specific type of error).
Feb
21
comment “If it ain't in writing it don't exist” - why the broken grammar?
"It don't exist" is grammatically correct? Shouldn't the verb agree with the pronoun?
Feb
21
comment “If it ain't in writing it don't exist” - why the broken grammar?
@JanusBahsJacquet How so? "It don't exists" is not grammatically correct, I think. It's either "It doesn't exist" or "They don't exist". The verb should agree with the pronoun, right?
Feb
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comment “If it ain't in writing it don't exist” - why the broken grammar?
Btw, your answer does not really answer my question, because you focus on "ain't" exclusively, which is not broken grammar. The answer should deal with the "don't" part, instead.
Feb
21
comment “If it ain't in writing it don't exist” - why the broken grammar?
"Ain't" on its own is not grammatically incorrect, just slang. I was asking about the "don't" part, specifically.
Feb
21
comment “If it ain't in writing it don't exist” - why the broken grammar?
"Ain't" on its own is not grammatically incorrect, though, just slang.
Feb
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asked “If it ain't in writing it don't exist” - why the broken grammar?
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accepted Meaning of “to grow a funny bone”
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