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    #1

    Gotta

    Sir:
    I have been hearing this word (gotta) in spoken English. What does it mean?


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    #2

    Re: Gotta

    ***Neither a teacher nor a native speaker.***

    Gotta = Got to = Have to.
    (very informal version -> informal version -> formal version)

    Cheers!

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