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Do you say "ain't"?
A word "ain't" is incorrect English but it is sometimes used in songs.
And these are my questions.

① Is this true that the word "ain't" is used in the South more than the North?
② Why do you use the word? Does it sound cooler than correct English? ("ain't" is cooler than "isn't"/"aren't"?)
③ Is it like slang or a dialect? Do young people use more than elderly people?

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