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# Dictionary of English Contractions
contractions_dict = { "ain't": "are not","'s":" is","aren't": "are not",
"can't": "cannot","can't've": "cannot have",
"'cause": "because","could've": "could have","couldn't": "could not",
"couldn't've": "could not have", "didn't": "did not","doesn't": "does not",
"don't": "do not","hadn't": "had not","hadn't've": "had not have",
"hasn't": "has not","haven't": "have not","he'd": "he would",
"he'd've": "he would have","he'll": "he will", "he'll've": "he will have",
"how'd": "how did","how'd'y": "how do you","how'll": "how will",
"I'd": "I would", "I'd've": "I would have","I'll": "I will",
"I'll've": "I will have","I'm": "I am","I've": "I have", "isn't": "is not",
"it'd": "it would","it'd've": "it would have","it'll": "it will",
"it'll've": "it will have", "let's": "let us","ma'am": "madam",
"mayn't": "may not","might've": "might have","mightn't": "might not",
"mightn't've": "might not have","must've": "must have","mustn't": "must not",
"mustn't've": "must not have", "needn't": "need not",
"needn't've": "need not have","o'clock": "of the clock","oughtn't": "ought not",
"oughtn't've": "ought not have","shan't": "shall not","sha'n't": "shall not",
"shan't've": "shall not have","she'd": "she would","she'd've": "she would have",
"she'll": "she will", "she'll've": "she will have","should've": "should have",
"shouldn't": "should not", "shouldn't've": "should not have","so've": "so have",
"that'd": "that would","that'd've": "that would have", "there'd": "there would",
"there'd've": "there would have", "they'd": "they would",
"they'd've": "they would have","they'll": "they will",
"they'll've": "they will have", "they're": "they are","they've": "they have",
"to've": "to have","wasn't": "was not","we'd": "we would",
"we'd've": "we would have","we'll": "we will","we'll've": "we will have",
"we're": "we are","we've": "we have", "weren't": "were not","what'll": "what will",
"what'll've": "what will have","what're": "what are", "what've": "what have",
"when've": "when have","where'd": "where did", "where've": "where have",
"who'll": "who will","who'll've": "who will have","who've": "who have",
"why've": "why have","will've": "will have","won't": "will not",
"won't've": "will not have", "would've": "would have","wouldn't": "would not",
"wouldn't've": "would not have","y'all": "you all", "y'all'd": "you all would",
"y'all'd've": "you all would have","y'all're": "you all are",
"y'all've": "you all have", "you'd": "you would","you'd've": "you would have",
"you'll": "you will","you'll've": "you will have", "you're": "you are",
"you've": "you have"}
# Regular expression for finding contractions
contractions_re=re.compile('(%s)' % '|'.join(contractions_dict.keys()))
# Function for expanding contractions
def expand_contractions(text,contractions_dict=contractions_dict):
def replace(match):
return contractions_dict[]
return contractions_re.sub(replace, text)
# Expanding Contractions in the reviews
df['reviews.text']=df['reviews.text'].apply(lambda x:expand_contractions(x))
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