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And a ‘nother thing

And a ‘nother thing
RD.com

In grammar, a contraction allows you to omit a letter or letters and use an apostrophe as a replacement. This offers a shortened, often more informal form. Stanton Lee says the use of ‘whole ‘nother’ is quickly becoming a serious problem. “When did we stop questioning the contractions we use?” she asks. Time to take it easy on ‘whole ‘nother’ to keep things less ‘nnoying.

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