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Q: Grammar of "am want" ( No Answer,   3 Comments )
Subject: Grammar of "am want"
Category: Reference, Education and News > General Reference
Asked by: lobo42-ga
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Posted: 28 Nov 2006 18:29 PST
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Question ID: 786372
What is the grammatical basis for the phrase "am want to" as in "I am
want to go here rather than there." ?
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Subject: Re: Grammar of "am want"
From: nelson-ga on 28 Nov 2006 18:54 PST
wont not want
Subject: Re: Grammar of "am want"
From: pinkfreud-ga on 28 Nov 2006 19:01 PST
Nelson is right. "I am wont to go" is good (if stilted) English. "I am
want to go" is meaningless.
Subject: Re: Grammar of "am want"
From: lobo42-ga on 28 Nov 2006 19:14 PST
Ah. Thanks!

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