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Grammar and Punctuation: Activity 2 of 3

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Contractions make written words sound conversational. A contraction combines two words into one word by leaving out letters and replacing them with an apostrophe.

For example, “did not” contracts to “didn’t” and “he is” contracts to “he’s.” When we speak, we use contractions all the time.

 

Find the words that you can make into a contraction and type the contraction in the space provided. Don’t forget the apostrophe!

That is the way the cookie crumbles.

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