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

The meaning of "Wan" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does i wan not into it at all mean?
A: I think you meant 'i was not into it at all', that means that you're not interested on it, or that you don't like it. Example, -do you like rap music? -not, I'm not into it at all ..... -did you practice any sport when you were at school? -not, i was not into sports at all (you can also use 'it' instead of 'sports')
Q: What does wan light mean?
A: You are right! I had to look up the meaning myself. Wan has an archaic definition of: 1) dark or gloomy. 2) pale in color or hue. Nobody would use the term "wan light" to describe a pale/gloomy/dim light in everyday speech. It is perfectly fine to use it in literature. I wouldn't have known what it meant reading it for the first time, but I appreciate an author using uncommon words once in a while.
Q: What does I wan kind of off my game. mean?
A: A phrase meaning that you were not at your best. You fell short of your usual goal with mistakes.

Example sentences using "Wan"

Q: Please show me example sentences with I wan to use the word"close" For example, I have to use the map. We are 20 meters close to the station..
A: Close has several meanings. To shut. Close the door. To be near. We are close to the station
Q: Please show me example sentences with I wan to learn English.
A: Can’t text ya all I know lol but 1. Fancy a cuppa? Means would you like a cup of tea ? 2. Alright ? Means hey, how are you? 3. I’m knackered means I’m tired 4. Cheeky means playful, mischievous 5. I’m chuffed to bits! Means I’m very pleased 6. Bloody means very 7. I’m pissed or legless means I’m drunk 8. Lovely means beautiful, attractive 9. Mate means friend 10. That’s Rubbish! Means I don’t believe it

Synonyms of "Wan" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between I wan to ~ and I would like to~ ?
A: I want to = I really want (strong) / I would like to, polite way and a little like "softer" (it would be nice)
Q: What is the difference between wan people say my bf or gf and and wan he said my x what's that mean ?
A: My bf means best friend and gf girlfriend. My x means x something , like x-gf (or exgirlfriend) ou x-friend (exfriend)
Q: What is the difference between wan and pale ?
A: We don't use wan very often. The only time I've seen 'wan' used is in literature or in academic settings. For day to day speech, we use "pale"

Translations of "Wan"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I wan to chat for learning english!
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? wan
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I wan to go home
A: I want to go home
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? i just wan to say i will learn english as i can
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I wan to say something
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Other questions about "Wan"

Q: It can be ready whenever you wan it completed 'by' why is there by in the sentence?
A: Technically it should not be in the sentence. You are not supposed to end sentences in prepositions.
Q: When I wan to refer to a book that isn't good, is it natural to say ( not worthy to read ) ? does this sound natural?
A: @Gee1996: Try saying 'it's not good enough to complete'
Q: Why have you been learning English? As I wan to live in America in the future, I study it every day for more than 2 hours taking a bath. does this sound natural?
A: Perhaps say "i study it every day for more than 2 hours WHILE taking a bath"
Q: "I wan to increase my English level." "I want to increase my English rate." How are they different?
A: They're both awkward phrases and don't really make sense. I think the better wording of these phrases would be "I want to improve my English" or "I want to become more fluent in English"

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