Do You Want To Speak English Faster?

Learn How to Improve Your English Fluency and How To Speak English Faster with Common Informal Contractions in English.

Do you really want to learn how to speak English faster?

For example:

  • What are you going to do?
  • Whatcha going to do?
  • Whatcha gonna do?


  • Do you want a beer?
  • Do you wanna beer?
  • D’you wanna beer?
  • D’ya wanna beer?
  • Ya wanna beer?
  • Wanna beer?

How To Speak English Faster

1. Ain’t = Am not/are not/is not

E.g. She ain’t hungry.

2. Ain’t = Has not/have not

E.g. He ain’t done it yet.

3. Wanna = Want to

E.g. I wanna go home.

4. Wanna = Want a

E.g. I wanna coffee.

5. Whatcha = What have you

E.g. Whatcha got there?

6. Kinda = Kind of

E.g. Anna’s kinda cute.

7. Sorta = Sort of

E.g. She’s sorta tired.

8. Outta = Out of

E.g. I’m outta money.

9. Alotta = A lot of

E.g. I eat alotta chocolate.

10. Lotsa = Lots of

E.g. He has lotsa money.

11. Mucha = Much of

E.g. It’s not mucha a surprise, is it?

12. Cuppa = Cup of

E.g. Would you like a cuppa tea?

13. Dunno = Don’t know

E.g. I dunno.

14. Lemme = Let me

E.g. Lemme see!

15. Gimme = Give me

E.g. Gimme the book!

16. Tell’em = Tell them

E.g. We should tell’em the truth.

17. Cos = Because

E.g. I cry cos I’m in pain.

18. Innit? = Isn’t it?

E.g. It’s blue, innit?

19. I’mma = I’m going to

E.g. I’mma talk to my mother.

20. Gonna = Going to

E.g. I’m gonna tell you the truth.

21. Needa = Need to

E.g. You needa know about Jame.

22. Oughta = Ought to

E.g. You oughta phone your brother.

23. Hafta = Have to

E.g. We hafta go.

24. Hasta = Has to

E.g. John hasta work today.

25. Usta = Used to

E.g. She usta live in France.

26. Supposta = Supposed to

E.g. I’m supposta start a new job on Monday.

27. Cmon = Come on

E.g. Cmon, let’s do it together!

28. Ya = You/ you are

E.g. I miss ya.

29. Gotta = (have) got a

E.g. Have you gotta phone?

30. Shoulda = Should have

E.g. She shoulda called yesterday.

31. Shouldna = Shouldn’t have

E.g. I’m sorry, I shouldna told you that.

32. Wouldna = Wouldn’t have

E.g. I wouldna done that if I were you.

33. She’da = She would have

E.g. She’da been prepared for class.

34. Coulda = Could have

E.g. He coulda been here by 5:00.

35. Woulda = Would have

E.g. He woulda arrived soon.

36. Mighta = Might have

E.g. You mighta left the book at the airport.

37. Mightna = Mightn’t have

E.g. She mightna caught her train.

38. Musta = Must have

E.g. She musta been in a hurry.

39. Mussna = Must not have

E.g. You mussna stolen the money.

40. Dontcha = Don’t you

E.g. Dontcha see it?

41. Wontcha = Won’t you

E.g. Wontcha watch this film?

42. Whatcha = What are you

E.g. Whatcha doing?

43. Betcha = Bet you

E.g. Betcha can’t guess who she is!

44. Gotcha = Got you

E.g. We gotcha!

45. D’you = Do you

E.g. D’you like him?

46. Didntcha = Didn’t you

E.g. Didntcha like this book?

47. S’more = Some more

E.g. I will need s’more time.

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2 years ago

Hii sir….

I am Nayan
Sir, your video is really nice and i get manythings from your video and i don’t know for everyone this video is impoetant or not but for me it’s a very usful and also my vocabulary is a very poor but your video is too good for learning.

Thank you.

1 year ago
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1 year ago
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1 month ago
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2 years ago

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2 years ago

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2 years ago

Please, please do not teach ain’t as an appropriate or correct option. This is not correct! It has very negative connotations about the speaker’s intelligence. Do. Not. Use. Ain’t.

7 months ago
Reply to  Malee

its fine to use if you are naturally speaking

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