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When you say this sentence,"I'm going to buy a new car next month."
do you say "gonna" or "going to" ?

Is saying "gonna" more common in a conversation than "going to"?
My understanding is "gonna" is more casual ,
but do you say "gonna" in a formal speech too?
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When you say this sentence,"I'm going to buy a new car next month."
 do you say "gonna" or "going to"  ?
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