What is the abbreviation for there have?
This is not formal English, but people will sometimes say where've you been.
The abbreviation would be I've.
it is you've :)
The contraction for "have not" is haven't. It is not called an abbreviation.
The abbreviation of "have not" is "haven't."
In correct English, every abbreviation should have a period at the end
Abbreviation for you have: you've
NDP - National Democratic Party
No, the U.S. Postal Service does not want ANY punctuation used when addressing mail in the U.S.
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No, the month of May already has a short enough name not to need an abbreviation.
Sometimes "occ." is used for occupation on registration forms.
Idaho, Maryland, North Dakota, South Dakota
because its so commmon and everyone knows wat it means
haven't (The apostrophe replaces the missing letters, not the space.)
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lol- laugh out loud / lots of laughs / lots of love brb- be right back ttfn- ta ta for now wruu2- what are you up to wubu2- what have you been up to omg- oh my god / gosh kl- cool peeps- people gifkotsitimgtlagtbnttyt - Guys, I'm feeling kind of tired so I think I am going to leave and go to bed now. Talk to you tomorrow.
These are commonly known as Liver Function Tests - LFTs.
Usually, the abbreviations for elements are derived from the ancient Latin language. For example: Pound is abbreviated to lb, and pound in Latin is "libra."
Yep! The ARC.
Impossible to say. No one could know who first used the expression.
yes just like you need to with south, S. ,north, N. and west, W. Answer I work with wind directions all the time and they are simply abbreviated to E, W, N, NE, SW, ESE etc. Of course, it depends on context (my work involves meteorology so to context is obvious) but if you were writing prose you'd write the wind direction out in full anyway. The short answer is that the full stop is… Read More
It depends. If a space is put after the number, than it does need a period. (5 in.) If a space is not separating the numerical value and the abbreviation, then no. (5in)I have no clue why and think this is a really weird and pointless rule of the English language. :) Hope I could help
Ms is not an abbreviation, therefore no period. If anyone feels it is an abbreviation, please state what it is an abbreviation of. I think I ended the last sentence incorrectly.
lb represents Libra, which was the zodiac symbol with scales. That is how I always viewed it.
No, you just write the letters - both capital letters.
Because an abbreviation is supposed to be short. and it would be a Little silly to take on the name of another country in the abbreviation dontchathink.
yes but when you write it you don't but when you type it you do
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Use the whole word for clarity.
The contraction is "who've"
You should just leave the military...If you cant read through the 22 chapters when the answers to the questions go right in order you are not cut out to be a cadet.and Im saying that as an SA in the USNSCC Truxtun DDG-103 Division stationed in Oswego, NY.
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