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

The meaning of "Somethin" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does somethin' 'bout you makes me feel like a dangerous woman mean?
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Synonyms of "Somethin" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between I must be on somethin' and I must be on something ?
A: No difference in meaning really, but sometimes we leave off the "g" in a word that ends in "ing", it's very common in the Southern parts of the U.S, it's a very casual kind of slang way of speaking though😊
Q: What is the difference between somethin' and something and which is better ?
A: Something is proper English spelling

Somethin' is internet and text short hand not used in formal situation.

They are the same thing

Like saying
Hello ( formal )
Yo ( informal )
Q: What is the difference between somethin' and something ?
A: No difference in meaning. Just a difference in spelling, to try to sound casual and informal.
Q: What is the difference between somethin' and something ?
A: they are the same

Translations of "Somethin"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? the exact somethin was somethin he couldnt remember.. what is main verb?? I dont know that grammer
A: remember is the main verb
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? can I say somethin' with out g ?
A: Yes, you can say and spell some words without the "g" in English :)

Other questions about "Somethin"

Q: (somethin' 'bout ) why there's an accent between those two words? and y a removed
A: It is to indicate how some people talk who do not pronounce their words correctly. Have you seen this in a book or in the lyrics of a song?
Q: Sometimes you need to lose somethin' in order to move on. Does this sound natural?
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