When and how can I use it? When will I use? How it transforms the sentence?

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"Ain't" is not proper English!

"Ain't" ISN'T a word! (Not: "Ain't" ain't a word!)

It's typically used by less educated English speakers.


You can use it when you need these: Am not, is not, are not, has not, or have not.

For instance: May ı have some sugar ?I ain't got none,sory.    OR

Are you eating icecream at the moment ?No,I aint. Like that...

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