Analyze language usage and grammar, write a short essay.
The topic is “ain’t” (See the controversy regarding the labeling of “ain’t” in Webster’s Third New International Dictionary.)
Write an essay on the language issue, explain the background of the issue and take a stance on regarding the usage rules related to the issue. Address the following points:
Explain the rule or language issue.
Discuss if there are times when a language rule can be broken or changed.
Explain the views of language experts on this topic. Do they agree or conflict? Is the usage rule controversial?
Include the data on usage you gather from your interactions with friends or by listening to people on the radio or on TV.
Take a clear stance about the usage rules related to the issue. If possible, specify which rules seem preferable in specific contexts. Clarify whether you think following the rule is important and under which circumstances it’s best to follow the rule. Don’t use plagiarized sources.
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