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What is the difference in "go - gonna" and "want - wanna"

renanwillamyrenanwillamy Posts: 302 ✭✭✭
I would like to now when to use this words, if i say "I want something" or "I wanna something", same question to "Want and Wanna".

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  • LynneLynne Teach HomePosts: 9,747 mod
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    Well, gonna and wanna are both non-standard English, but they don't mean go and want.

    Gonna is slang for "going to".

    For example: I'm gonna go on holiday. (I'm going to go on holiday.)

    Wanna is slang "want to".

    For example: "The weather is so bad, I wanna cry." (The weather is so bad, I want to cry.)


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