Why “Willn’t” Isn’t Used While it Makes More Sense


First of all, we come to the term “contractions”. Contractions are simple, shortened words that are mostly used in informal speech and writings. The most common contractions are: haven’t — have not, she’d -she had, they aren’t — they are not, could’ve — could have, she’ll — she will and so on. To form a contraction, you just have to join two words, drop out some letters, and put an apostrophe to indicate the place where the letters have been dropped out but the case is not same when it comes to the contraction of “will not.”