Could you tell me the grammar structure of "Where ain't nobody"? Is the word order of this sentence often used in daily conversation?
"Ain't nobody" is the same thing as saying "there isn't anybody". "Ain't" is very casual and informal. It is only common among certain dialects of English in daily conversation such as English spoken in the southern United States. It is more common among most English speakers to say "where there isn't anybody" instead of using the word order "where ain't nobody".