That replaces the structure: "... as well as the structure of complex numbers."Oh, I'm sorry. Here it is:
"In order to elucidate its structure, as well as that of complex numbers."
It's just that I can tell what it means just by looking at the sentence, but I [strike]would rather wanna[/strike] want to know what the phrase by itself represents.
I'm trying. But it's hard to write not in the way I pronounce. And it's not always possible to spot it in my own writing.Please don't do it.
Yeah, just mistyped. (the sentence is from a book)Write it's only when the contraction can be replaced by it is or it has.
You can write common contractions like don't, won't, I'm, he'd, etc. Gonna and wanna are phonetic spellings of common pronunciations of going to and want to. These spellings have never been adopted in formal writing except in dialog.I'm trying. But it's hard to write not in the way I pronounce. And it's not always possible to spot it in my own writing.
Maybe there's a list of words/phrases that a non-native shouldn't use>