shan’t vs shall not : Common Errors in English

About shan’t vs shall not

The use of the contraction “shan’t” for “shall not” is more common in the UK than in the US, where it may strike readers as a bit old-fashioned. Americans are are more likely to say “will not” in the same contexts.

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