Yeah, you are right Robert, it was "ain't". But i want to know that if "ain't" is the contraction of " are not", becouse in the "OXFORD ADVANCE LEARNER'S DICTIONARY" it is " aren't".
I also need to know that if "shop" is verb, why it is usually used without the prepostion "to" when it comes after "go". For instance, I will go shopping.
Don't u think it is grammatically incorrect? Rather it should be" i will go to shop"
There are a few sentences those i am a bit nervouse about using .So please correct them.
It's a long since i met her.
I didn't meet her a long.
I did not meet her for a long time.
I never saw such a wonderfull friend like you.
I never have such a wonderful friend like u ever before.
you are the truest friend of mine.