Helpful English - Contractions II


Today let's look at some contraction that use 3 words. 
*Please remember, these forms are used for spoken English only! We don't use them for written messages.

I shall have / I will have becomes - I'll've
"Today I'm quite busy, but I'll've time to help you tomorrow."
I would have becomes - I'd've
"I'd've gone to the party, but I couldn't leave work in time."
He/she/you would have becomes - he'd've/she'd've/you'd've
"He'd've/she'd've come to the party, but he/she had to work late."
"It's too bad you couldn't come to the party. You'd've  liked it, it was fun."
He shall have / he will have becomes - he'll've
A: "We can spend time at my house this afternoon."
B: "Won't your brother be home?"
A: "No, it's after 3:00. He'll've gone to work by now."
A: "May I take your order?"
B: "Yes, I'll've a Mega burger, fries and chocolate milkshake."



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