The final counterargument that Truth addresses is a biblical one.
And , like boss, is a but way to address someone.
In its geographical ubiquity, ain't is to be contrasted with other folk usages such as , which is strongly associated with the Southern United States.
And now they is asking to do it, the men better let them.
Through God who created him and woman who bore him.
She came forward to the platform and addressing the President said with great simplicity: May I say a few words? Kristin Denham and Anne Lobeck: In Present-Day English, ain't is stigmatized even though it is formed by the same rule speakers use to form aren't and other nonstigmatized.
An't first appears in print in the work of playwrights.