The Bear Family.
Woozy: Poozy! Why did you smash your model airplane airplane, aeroplane, or aircraft, heavier-than-air vehicle, mechanically driven and fitted with fixed wings that support it in flight through the dynamic action of the air. ?
Poozy: Because I'm I'm
Contraction of I am.
Our Living Language Speakers of some scattered varieties of American English sometimes use I'm instead of I've or I have in present perfect constructions, as in mad at Tim. He went off to play soccer without me.
Piddy: You should have smashed Tim's airplane.
Dad: Whoa, Piddy. That's not how we handle anger in the Bear family.
Woozy: That's right. Good bears don't don't
1. Contraction of do not.
2. Nonstandard Contraction of does not.
A statement of what should not be done: a list of the dos and don'ts. even get angry.
Mom: That's not So, Woozy. Everyone gets angry, even Dad and I.
Dad: Right. The important thing is not to do something you'll you'll
Contraction of you will.
you'll you will or you shall
you'll will regret.
Poozy: I'm already sorry I smashed my model.
Mom: When I'm angry, Poozy, I talk it over with someone. Dad does this, too.
Dad: Yes. Or sometimes I clean the garage, or run around the block a few times. Soon I feel calmer.
Poozy: I guess I'll try running around the block.
Piddy: And if that doesn't work, Poozy, you can clean my room.