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when you combine two words with one or more letters left out, you form what is called a _? a. verb phrase, b. contraction, c. retraction, d. conjunctive
When you combine two words with one or more letters left out, you form what is called a CONTRACTION. The letters left out are replaced with an apostrophe.
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