Daniel asked in Education & ReferenceTrivia · 5 months ago

If he said he really want it so bad, means he want it now; then what would it mean if he said he really want it so good?

Don't know if there is that such statement, or this statement makes sense?

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  • 5 months ago

    'I want it so bad' is an expression in English which means that the speaker wants something very very much. It does not mean they want the thing right now, though of course people who want something very much often want it now if they can get it now instead of later. 'Want it so good' means nothing in English and anyone reasonably fluent in English isn't going to say that.

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    • Daniel4 months agoReport

      I don't know if maybe can explain the words: want, & bad, etc. all together in that sentence(?)

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  • 5 months ago

    sounds like he wants sex

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    • Daniel5 months agoReport

      I don' t know if that will/may be like saying:
      I'm happy at you, instead of saying: I'm mad at you ?

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