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

The meaning of "Wanna" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does "I wanna make this right." mean?
A: It means someone knows that there is a problem, and they want to fix it. They are most likely the one who caused the problem.
Q: What does "You wanna piece of me?" mean?
A: It can be used in a playful way too between friends like 죽을래 in Korean. It depends on how it is said and where. If a friend says it after you pull a prank on them, or if a drunk man is yelling at you on the street.
Q: What does I wanna hook up with you mean?
A: they want to meet up and have sex
Q: What does We wanna help as many people as we can personally. (what does 'can personally' mean?) mean?
A: there's supposed to be a comma between them (i.e. (...) as we can, personally.). it means they want to help them in person rather than having an organization between them, for example
Q: What does I wanna take shot with you mean?
A: "I want to drink alcohol with you"

Example sentences using "Wanna"

Q: Please show me example sentences with wanna.
A: I wanna relax. I don’t wanna go to school.

Wanna = a verb! “Wanna” and “want to” are the same.
You CAN NOT say “ I wanna new phone” because it means “I want to new phone” but you can say “I wanna get a new phone”
Q: Please show me example sentences with i wanna and i gonna , what's the diferent?.
A: I wanna take a ride, but I'm grounded.
I gonna take a shower, be right back.

wanna is wanting something, and gonna is going to do something
Q: Please show me example sentences with wanna.
A: i wanna be your love. es yo quiero.
Q: Please show me example sentences with wanna.
A: "I don't wanna go."
"Do you wanna hang out?"
"Do you wanna come with us?"
Q: Please show me example sentences with I wanna know various usages of word 'Address' especially as verb..
A: Address is used to say the location of a certain place you are talking about. Usingg it as a verb as in "I addressed her in a mannerly fashion" is showigg that you greeted or recognised someone and acted accordingly towards them. the term "addressing" someone as in a verb isn't used much in normal conversations but can be used in formal circumstances. Hoped this helped!!

Synonyms of "Wanna" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between wanna and want to ?
A: Wanna is slang, and want to is proper
Q: What is the difference between wanna and want to ?
A: They both mean the same thing, but "wanna" is informal
Q: What is the difference between wanna and want ?
A: Want = To wish to HAVE some thing

Wanna is basically a mash up of the words "want to", meaning to wish to DO something
Q: What is the difference between "wan'na" and "wanna" ?
A: こんにちは joealvoさん、

It means the same thing. I think they spelled it like that to make the word seem more child-like.
Q: What is the difference between wanna and gonna and want and going ?
A: "Wanna" is short for "want to", while "gonna" is short for "going to".

Wanna get some food = I would like to get some food

Gonna get some food = I'm about to get some food, or I'm currently on my way to get some food.

Translations of "Wanna"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I wanna a English name
A: i want an english name 🙂
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? If I wanna say "I want to let numbers shownedI on the lock to be random".Can I say “misorder the lock?”
A: Randomly set. Shuffle. Mix up.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I wanna pay for this dining individually
A: If you mean each person should pay their part,
I would say " let's split the bill"
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? you wanna ask someone that if tonight is good time to talk
A: "When is a good time to talk?"
"When are you free to talk?"
I think these 2 are the same level of politeness. Both are natural and the meaning is quite similar.

when is a good time emphasizes that you would like to find a convenient time for the person you are talking to

when are you free emphasizes that the person may be busy... Note that this sentence can also be used in other situations: for example, if the person does not want to have the conversation in front of their roommate.

I think the last two are less common:
"When would you like to talk?"
This one is about the same level of politeness as above but feels a little more distant. It almost feels like you could give the person the chance to say no thanks. But on the other hand, it does seem to imply that you have already agreed to talk at some point.

"When could we talk?"
This gives the other person a lot of freedom as well. I don't think it's as common as the others and I don't recommend this choice.
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? if I wanna say"this place is near by my home". 这个地方离我家比较近 这么说对吗?
A: This place is near my home.

It is near my home.

Other questions about "Wanna"

Q: I wanna clarify what “at the earliest” means.

He will arrive at 5 pm at the earliest.

Does that mean “ he will arrive at 5 or later”?
A: Hi

Yes, ‘at the earliest’ is the same as ‘no earlier than’

So it means:

He will arrive no earlier than 5:pm.
Q: I can say “I wanna run” instead of “I want to run. “. But when main noun is “He”, though verb is “wants” , can I also say “He wanna run.”?
A: It’s better to say “he wants to run”.
Q: I wanna fly as high as I can. does this sound natural?
A: Natural. Actually, this sentence has no grammatical mistake and that is quite good actually
Q: I wanna slap the crap out of you does this sound natural?
A: We usually say “shit out of you” instead of “crap” but either way still works.
Q: I don't wanna be needing your love.
(I just want to know "be needing" it means "want to need your love in the near future"? I think it can be written by *I don't wanna need your love*)
A: I don't wanna need your love in the future*
Songs are not a good way to learn English by the way. :)

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