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    Wanna & Gonna

    Sir: these two words/terms (Wanna & Gonna) are in spoken english frequently.
    What does it mean? Kindly teach me in a detail form.

    Have a good day.

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    Re: Wanna & Gonna

    Quote Originally Posted by Abdul basit jadoon View Post
    Sir: these two words/terms (Wanna & Gonna) are in spoken English frequently.
    What does it mean? Kindly teach me in a detail form.

    Have a good day.
    "Wanna" is a contraction of "want to" and "gonna" is a contraction of "going to. They are very informal and not to be used in written English.
    Note: always capitalise the first letter of countries, languages and nationalities.

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