英国口语缩写

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- Two words will be separated by / if it could be either word or multiple spellings5 s  i' o, C3 X. x8 }0 u! Y
- Two phrases will be separated by - or - if there are alternate meanings of the contraction6 t% y; _: o& M3 y) K, [; r3 ^) _
- A word or words will be enclosed by [brackets] if it does not contribute to the contraction's sound, v4 q3 x4 V. H' H
- ... stands for any appropriately used word(s) before or after the stated contraction - or - stands for the rest of the word if the contraction involves a prefix or suffix/ G${0 S) p5 |* P ' R3 v% ?/ u6 P8 o P.o.s. - Part of speech# l* E: V; z+ c6 M { As these contractions can, and often are, multiple words spliced together, it is necessary to categorize parts of speech slightly differently. Here are the original and new p.o.s.- |! I' n: F5 |* W0 [ Original n. - noun - f$ L* _$O! y- }4 @ pn. - pronoun 9 D% c( b( V2 {" R8 j0 I, c v. - verb 6 S9 [1 w3 o/ c adj. - adjectives adv. - adverbs prep. - prepositions ) {6 I; I8 z6 {, e4 + P9 f conj. - conjunctions , R" D. N0 v- P/ B# ~; S int. - interjections New s. - (a) Short: ( |5 D. m- U% a& k( s+ W1 r/ a This type is a shortened version of a word. It is always just one word. Its part of speech is the same as the original word. i.s. - Independent Sentence: This type can stand alone, and usually does. It is an entire sentence compressed into one word. It can also have a word (usually a noun) added on the end like: "Pleasoy the show" 6 n3 z4 N. u9 M" p/ v, H$ T
q. - Quizzitive:
This type is a question word and a subject and/or verb all wrapped up in one.  For example: What do you think? >>> Whaddya think?
c.p.p. - Compressed Prepositional Phrase: # q9 c7 ^" [) I& @2 x5 y1 v9 E, t
This is a prepositional phrase compressed into one word. (can also have other incidental words added on) % z% g  n$E& J& Q& q8 i2 M- p c.p. - Combination Preposition: This is multiple prepositions compressed into one word. (can also have other incidental words added on) ! t3 g+ |0 Z1 { c.adj. - Combination Adjective: This is a few words combined into one word that acts as an adjective, but isn't a prepositional phrase. % V b) O! v% h c.adv. - Combination Adverb: ) T- z. E5 M- E4 ]6 W4 e p" / This is a few words combined into one word that acts as an adverb, but isn't a prepositional phrase. c.n. - Combination Noun: 8 L+ u6 m" |2 K; M This is a few words combined into one word that acts as a noun like "the air". nv. - Nerb: ) A( }2 @9 c/ p This is a noun and a verb as one. (can also have other incidental words added on) - u, K7 |( W$ Q\$ n
This is a noun and an adjective as one. (can also have other incidental words added on)