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Reductions: wancha
American English Reduction "wancha"

Today in the Fun Easy English classroom you are going to learn "wancha" an American English reduction.
 
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Reductions: "wancha" (reading and reductions)

American English reductions are reduced forms of English words.
  • This American English reduction is formed when you combine and reduce the following words.
  • wancha = want + you
  • This American English reduction is used in the following way.
  • I wancha to do your homework.
  • This American English reduction has the following meaning.
  • I want you to do your homework.
Examples: "wancha" (reading and reductions)
  • I wancha to leave me alone.
  • (Meaning: I want you to leave me alone.)
  • Does she wancha to go to the party?
  • (Meaning: Does she want you to go to the party?)
  • Does he wancha to pay for half of the cost?
  • (Meaning: Does he want you to pay for half of the cost?)
  • I wancha to come with me now.
  • (Meaning: I want you to come with me now.)
  • They wancha to pay with a credit card.
  • (Meaning: They want you to pay with a credit card.)
Fun Easy English Reductions Lessons
From YOUR Teacher: Wancha

This is another reduction in English typically used by young people.
Note: Reductions

Remember the following:
  • Reductions are reduced forms of English words.
  • Reductions, such as whassup are not real words in English.
  • You need to use reductions in order to sound more natural.
  • You need to know reductions in order to understand conversations between native English speakers.
  • Reductions are used extensively in American TV, movies, music, literature, and in conversations among native English speakers.
 
 
 
 
 
 
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