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Hello, I'm foreigner. I want to know how difference these are.

"You're not" and "You aren't"

"He's not"and"He isn't"

"She's not"and"She isn't"

"It's not"and" It isn't "

One of my friend said "You aren't' is more polite than "You are not"...

If you have any idea about this, please help me.
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Hello Kaimuki Neko Chan, and welcome to the forums.

In your list, there isn't (or there's not) any different. It's just which way the contraction is formed. You may want to emphasizse one aspect of the phrase, so leaving that one OUT of the contraction allows you to give it more emphasis.

A: They're both going to the movie?

B: She's going. HE isn't. (Emphasis on HE. In a normal sentenece, you could say "He's not going" or "He isn't going" equally.)

A: I think I'll stay home today.

B: You're not going to the party is the same as You aren't going to the party.

BUT if you want to express more surprise: You're NOT going to the party?
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'You aren't' contains a contraction, it is considered informal. 'You are not' is more formal.
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Inchoateknowledge'You aren't' contains a contraction, it is considered informal. 'You are not' is more formal.
"are not" is more formal... Thank you so much to quick response!!
Thank you very much, that was very clear and easy to understand!!!
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Inchoateknowledge'You aren't' contains a contraction, it is considered informal. 'You are not' is more formal.
"are not" is more formal... Thank you so much to quick response!!

The uncontracted form is also used for emphasis.

You aren't going out until you've done your homework.

You aren't going out until you have done your homework.

You are not going out until you have done your homework.
Can there be a diplomatic solution?

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