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WE'LL, WON'T... WHAT IS THE PROPER PHRASE FOR THESE WORDS? IS IT A COMPOUND WORD?

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    No.

    "We'll" and "won't" are contractions.

    Other contractions: it's, you're, I've.

    Contractions leave letters out -- and occasionally, as "won't," change the spelling.

    we'll = we will
    won't = will not

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