Incorrect spelling


Incorrect spelling, explanation: a common English mistake among native speakers of English and its learners is in the spelling of to be a verb – aren’t. It is often misspelled as arn’t, which is probably the consequence of the fact that in the pronunciation of this form we do not hear the letter -e there. The only correct form, however, is aren’t, so pay attention to spell it right.

Correct spelling


Correct spelling, explanation: aren’t is a contraction of a negative full form are not. We use it with you, we, and they when we conjugate the verb to be in some of the present tenses. Other present forms of the verb to be are: I am, he, she, and it is.

Definition of aren’t:
to be verb form – a short form of are not,
You aren’t going to eat that, are you?

Common uses of aren’t:
Not many learners of English know that aren’t is also used as a question tag with am not, for example:
I’m ridiculous, aren’t I?

Incorrect spelling


Incorrect spelling