Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Tryna"

The meaning of "Tryna" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does tryna bouta mean?
A: They’re both slang

Tryna= trying to
Bouta= about to

But you wouldn’t put them next to each other in a sentence as it wouldn’t make sense
Q: What does not tryna be indie mean?
A: I am not trying to be indie (indie is a music genre)
Q: What does " tryna " mean?
A: "Tryna" is known as informal English or slang. It can also be written as "trynna".

It means "trying to".

Here's an example sentence:

I'm trynna go to class early.

This is the same thing as saying "I'm trying to go to class early".
Q: What does tryna mean?
A: "Tryna" refers to "trying to" but both "trying to" or "try to" can be right depending on the situation.
Q: What does tryna mean?
A: "Tryna" is an informal way to say "trying to"

Examples:
"I am trying to read this book."
"I am tryna read this book."

"Tryna" is slang and is mostly used by youth. It is not used in formal situations.

Example sentences using "Tryna"

Q: Please show me example sentences with tryna, kinda, gonna, wanna..
A: “I’m tryna (to) finish my homework.” Tryna is slang for ‘trying to’. Tryna is used when speaking and is more of a slur of words.

“I kinda want to go to the park today.” Or “The car is kinda small.” Kinda is slang for ‘kind of’ and is used to express a want or an opinion. When you use ‘kinda’ it is used as a filler word to show that you don’t full-heartily want to do said thing. This is something that is said or texted to friends.
“I’m gonna go get some lunch” Gonna is slang for ‘going to’. People will say thing or use it when texting their friends.
“Do you wanna come with me?” Wanna is slang for ‘want to’ and is used when talking or texting friends.
Q: Please show me example sentences with tryna .
A: Tryna is just a shortcut and an informal way of saying trying to, so you can replace it with every sentence that has trying to..

Im just tryna get this bread.
She's tryna get me.
My dad's tryna call me.
Q: Please show me example sentences with tryna .
A: "I'm tryna learn English" = "I'm trying to learn English".
But beware, it's exclusively spoken language ;)
Q: Please show me example sentences with tryna .
A: Tryna = trying to (tentando)
Ex. “I’m tryna help” (estou tentando ajudar)

Synonyms of "Tryna" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between So, why you trying to(tryna) be just like the neighborhood and So, why are you trying to(tryna) be just like the neighborhood ?
A: Both are slang terms. To be just like the neighbourhood is to be like everyone else.

In songs, some artists will leave out words, but it’s technically not grammatically correct. Some people may talk like this in informal conversations. Sometimes it’s to make the songs lyrics flow better.

The line with “are” would be a little more grammatically correct.

“So why are you trying to be just like the neighbourhood?” would be this sentence is a grammatically correct form.
Q: What is the difference between I've been tryna call and I called and When can I use these expressons? ?
A: "I've been tryna call" is when you've tried to call someone but they didn't answer the phone.
Example: "I've been tryna call Susy but she hasn't answered"

"I called" is when you call someone on the phone.
Example: "I called Susy."
Q: What is the difference between tryna and try to ?
A: the overall message is correct but please dont consider anyone that uses the word as "uneducated" or "trying to sound cool" its a bit offensive and not totally accurate, but as an english learner i suggest you do not pick up that accent.
Q: What is the difference between tryna's pronounciation and china's pronounciation ?
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Translations of "Tryna"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? "tryna cute but didn't work ?" Am I using correct gramma?
A: No, this is not correct grammar. Tryna is not a word. I think you are trying to say "trying to" but I'm not even sure.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? tryna
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? tryna
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? he tryna or he trynas
A: tryna is a short cut for trying to

Other questions about "Tryna"

Q: You tryna cheering me up, but you only getting worse Does this sound natural?
A: × You tryna cheering me up, but you only getting worse
✓ You’re trying to cheer me up, but you are only making it worse.

Q: I'm tryna be positive Does this sound natural?
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Q: You're tryna let me down Does this sound natural?
A: It's good. You can also say "You are letting me down."
Q: you tryna watch movies tomorrow? Does this sound natural?
A: 友達とだったら「wanna」ですね。 (タメ語)
tryna」= 「しようとする」 (trying toの省略)
"I'm tryna do my homework, but my sister keeps buggin' me!"

"Hey, you wanna come over and watch a movie tomorrow?"
(Do you want to come over and watch a movie tomorrow?)
明日なんか映画でも見に来ない?

Q: I'm tryna find people to play with so I'll let you know. Does this sound natural?
A: Can you provide some context?

tryna→trying to.

A: I thought you were going to start a volleyball team. What happened with that? I'd like to join!
B: I'm trying to find people to play with, so I'll let you know (when I get it set up).

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