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I'll gonna go to the loo

What difference between "I'll gonna go to the loo" and "I'll go to the loo When have we to use the word "gonna" Thank you JLG

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  • In everyday language, rather slang, they say 'gonna' for 'going to'. I think it is a phonetic way to drop the last 'g' of going and shorten the say. So what you wrote "I'll gonna go" is not correct. Say "I gonna go to the loo" for "I am going to go to the bathroom". ('Bathroom' as an American is speaking; 'toilet' in UK).
  • hi, I'd rather say : " I'm gonna go to the loo " no ?
  • Right, Thierry, "I'm gonna go". It was an unforgivable slip of the pen. I am ashamed of it. / There is another mistake I made by dropping the "the" in the UK. Maybe I had better shut up.
  • Right, Thierry, "I'm gonna go". It was an unforgivable slip of the pen. I am ashamed of it. / There is another mistake I made by dropping the article when saying "in the UK". Maybe I had better shut up.

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