Annette shows us how Americans use their language in formal and informal situations, from saying hello to making requests, asking for help, and even reciting poetry.
Annette explains what colloquial contractions are, and shows us three popular ones: "kinda," "wanna," and "gonna." She tells us where these words come from and how they're used in context.
Annette explains three more colloquial contractions people use in everyday conversation: gotta [got to], gotcha [got you], and dunno [don't know]. She also gives us examples in context.