Native English speakers, many times, use contractions in some common verbs. The use of these contractions, away from academic English puzzles students when they face everyday conversations.
How Native Speakers Connect Their Words: Gonna, Wanna, Gotta? Are you confused about how and when to use the words GONNA, WANNA, and GOTTA in English? Have you heard different things from different people about the appropriateness of these words? While a lot of conventional teachers and programs teach that it’s wrong or inappropriate to use these colloquial contractions when speaking English in formal situations, “gonna,” “wanna,” and “gotta” are perfectly okay to use in all spoken situations, both formal and informal. This is simply how native speakers communicate. Watch this video below to learn how native speakers connect their words with “gonna,” “wanna,” and “gotta.”