Use Contractions When Appropriate

A shortened form of a word or group of words, with the omitted letters often replaced in written English by an apostrophe, as e’er for ever, isn’t for is not, dep’t for department. Contractions such as isn’t, couldn’t, can’t, weren’t, he’ll, they’re occur chiefly, although not exclusively, in informal speech and writing. While contractions can be very useful in written English, many experts caution against the use of contractions in formal communication.

According to main symptoms of the contractions 3 phases of the process may be distinguished: initial (latent), active, and transitional. These contractions do not get closer together, do not increase with walking, do not increase in duration, and do not feel stronger over time as they do when you are in true labor.

In the childbirth process, the work of labor is done through a series of contractions. The ‘s / ‘re not contractions are more common after …

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