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what does means wanna or gotta and in what case do you use for?
24 de jun de 2013 1:29
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These guys answered you pretty well. Wanna is "want to": I wanna eat chocolate OR I want to eat chocolate. Gotta is "got to" or "need to": I gotta go home now OR I need to go home now.
24 de Junio de 2013
Yes, just slang to say "Want to" or "Got to". Sometimes to sound more casual or even to rhyme, mostly used informally with friends. "wanna go get something to eat? I gotta get outta here."
24 de Junio de 2013
wanna is an abbreviation for "want to" and gotta is for "got to", and you used it normally. i think that's all
24 de Junio de 2013
Thank you guys! I always hear that in American series
25 de Junio de 2013
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