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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #103131: Wanna Gotta Gonna
    > Other English exercises on the same topics: Slang words, colloquial words | Frequent mistakes | USA [Change theme]
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    Wanna Gotta Gonna

    1. Want to = WANNA

    • I want to go out = I wanna go out

        He wants to go out   

    • Does he want to go out = Does he wanna go out ?

    2. Have got to = GOTTA

    • I have got to go out = I gotta go out 

            He has got to do something = He gotta do something

            I have to work = I gotta work

    3. Going to = GONNA

    • I'm going to eat = I'm gonna eat

        What are you going to do ? = What (are) you gonna do ?


    Exercise: Change the sentences using wanna, gotta, gonna



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    1. I want to eat. .
    2. It's going to happen soon. .
    3. You have got to help me. .
    4. Do you want to eat? ?
    5. Where are you going to go? ?
    6. They have to stop. .
    7. Does he want to drink? ?
    8. He wants to go there. .
    9. I'm not going to question this ? ?
    10. Do you want to marry me ? ?

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