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Can't - cannot - can not?

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What's the difference between "can't" "cannot", and "can not"?
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You use "Can't" in informal speech and writing but you should never use it in formal writing like legal documents, reports, etc.

"Cannot" and "can not" are pretty much the same, however "can not" is more emphatic: "you can NOT be replaced"





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