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"You ain't see nothing" or "You ain't seen nothing"? I mean which one is correct and how to use that? I'd appreciate it if anybody could explain it.
Dec 27, 2007 3:50 AM
Answers · 3
Seems like the others already explained it's slang, so here's how to use it: A: "Wow, this car is great!" B: "You ain't seen nothin' yet, my car is way better!" You could also replace it with: "That's nothing compared to my car!" "You think this is great? Wait until you see my car!"
December 27, 2007
"seen" is correct, but "ain't" is a slang term that you would not use if you are writing. If you are going to say it, take the 'g' from 'nothing'. You ain't seen nothin'
December 27, 2007
"You ain't seen nothing". I wouldn't use it, it's more of a slang term.
December 27, 2007
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