What would you like to do?
yes, that's is a contraction AKA that is. That's is also a possessive pronoun.
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Ther is no contraction for who was
How to do what ?
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A. Void B. Voidable C. Voiding D. Avoid ANSWER: A Void
The contraction of "I am" is I'm
That's an easy one to answer! But you would not use it in formal writing.
OK, here are some examples. He is or he has = he's. I have = I've. You can't always make contractions 'Is' and 'has' have no contractions by themselves
If you have a contract with a renter that's saids they have to pay for the breakdowns do the renters have to pay?
Do you mean the contract states that the owner/real estate will pay for repairs and maintenance? If the contract states that the realtor will pay for repairs and maintenance o…n permanent fixtures such as ovens etc then the owner/realtor has to pay, if you signed a contract stating that you the rentor of the property will pay costs of repair to property including permanent fixtures and things such as excess water you have to pay, if you are in arrears with your rental payments the owner/realtor can choose to not pay for repairs until you have amended your debt on the other hand if you are up to date with your rent and the owner/realtor is meant to be footing the bill and is refusing you should take your complaint to the rental tenancy authority who can deal with the matter from there....
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The correct grammatical contraction of "I can not" is "I can't".
a contractions are subject pronouns are often used with verbs in contractions exaples~ we will= we'll i am= i'm
Refusing to make any repairs and charging more rent are two separate issues. A landlord does have the right to raise the rent as he feels necessary, with proper notice. Regard…less of this, the landlord is required to make any essential repairs.