"Ain't" is equivalent to "am not/is not/are not" so "I ain't" would be "I am not". Here are some other examples: - I ain't doing that! (I'm not doing that). - He ain't going to the park (He isn't going to the park). - They ain't listening. (They aren't listening).
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