using Ain't in English vocabulary
Here's a question I had on my Instagram Question and Answers stories and it's about the word 'ain't'. This is a vert slang way of speaking that native English speakers will users will use a lot, to empahasise.

Ain't is a slang way of speaking and we shouldn't really use it in a formal situation. It generally means negative when we use with auxiliary verbs to be and to have

For example, we can say:

  • I ain't going which means I am not going
  • I ain't got any money - I haven't any money
  • Ain't you heard the news? - Have you heard the news?

I think it is more British English than American English