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Hi,

Whats the diffrence in use or/and meaning between "can not" and "cannot"? Also, is there other verb that this "phenomena" imlies to, like "do not" and "donnot"?

I have thought about this for some time now.

Best Regards, Sara
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1) You should always use cannot or can't.

2) It does not apply to any other combinations such as do not - use don't or musn't etc.

Basically if a contraction is right for the context use can't/don't etc. If a contraction is not appropriate use cannot, do not, must not etc.
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Thanks, Teo! You saved me the trouble! Emotion: smile
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