I feel like+ (verb-ing)

The word I feel describes your expressing something to someone you would enjoy to do. When adding like is your very interested to do it or your comfortable to do the task.
Here are some examples:
I feel like to going for a long drive
I feel like to sleeping
I feel like to playing
I feel like to enjoying
I feel like to eating
I feel like to coming with you
I feel like to having some cookies
I feel like to talking
I feel like to singing
I feel like to dancing

I don’t have time to + verb

The word Don’t describes ‘do not’. When adding time to is your busy with other obligations to do it or your hurry in busy works.

Here are some examples:
I don’t have time to explain the reasons
I don’t have time to pickup
I don’t have time to watch movie
I don’t have time to eat apple
I don’t have time to call you
I don’t have time to come with you
I don’t have time to check my mobile
I don’t have time to take picture
I don’t have time to think
I don’t have time to take decisions
I don’t have time to take rest
I don’t have time to purchase book
I don’t have time to prepare food
I don’t have time to explain

I Wanna+(verb)

The word wanna is equivalent in the proper grammar would be want to. When combined with the word I it helps communicate something you want to.
Here are some Examples:
I wanna talk
I wanna order some food
I wanna marry her
I really wanna see those fingers
I just wanna play music
I wanna live but just not like this
I wanna go to home
I wanna buy this product
I wanna ask you something
I wanna stay home
I wanna follow our rules

I have to + (Verb)

The word have to describe something that need to take place soon. The word have to expresses certainty, necessity or obligation.
Here are some example:
I have to switch school
I have to use the telephones
I have to leave
I have to unpack my bags
I have to go home
I have to check my emails
I have to turnoff my computer
I have to record the videos
I have to purchase branded headphones
I have to punish
I have to drink milk every day
I have to change my cloths
I have to pray every day
I have to go to school
I have to my bills

I used to + (Verb)

The word used to is considered modal verb, though an unusual one, since it is found in the past tense only. Used to say that something existed or happened repeatedly in the past not now.
Here are some examples:
I used to go walk every day
I used to drink milk every day
I used to work from home
I used to go to the beach every day
I used to used to listen music
I used to paint
I used to like vegetables
I used to jog every day
I Used to run fast
I used to play chess
I used to play hokey
I used to watch cricket

I have + (Past participle)

Again, I have shows possession or something acquired. Now by adding past participle with I have, past participle means for regular verbs, adding -ed the base form creates the past participle. by adding past participle you are informing someone of past of completed actions done by you.
Here are some Examples:
I have done it
I have finished my dinner
I have heard before
I have forgiven you
I have seen you before somewhere
I have called you yesterday
I have read that book
I have forgotten the words
I have written a letter
I have ordered my lunch
I have booked my train tickets
I have driven a car
I have played that game

I have + (noun)

by using the word I have you are informing to someone about which you have or which you have acquired.
I have a pet
I have a car
I have a big home
I have a computer
I have a headache
I have a apple
I have a cat
I have a laptop
I have a mobile phone
I have a book
I have a pen
I have a car

I m gonna + verb

The word gonna is equivalent in the proper grammar would be ‘going to’. When using word gonna is you are telling something to someone what you are planning to do at that moment or in future.
Here are some examples:
I m gonna ask you something
I m gonna stop smoking
I m gonna going to Dubai
I m gonna purchase a new car
I m gonna secure my gold in a bank
I m gonna resign my job
I m gonna restart my career
I m gonna change my home furniture
I m gonna change my phone

I m trying +(verb)

I am trying informs us to someone attempting accomplish work using physically. by adding verb is to I m trying you are pointing out the action what it is you are attempting to do.
Here are some examples:
I m trying to prepare tasty cookies
I m trying to start business
I m trying to improve myself
I m trying to eat healthy
I m trying to develop my business
I m trying to educate myself
I m trying to call my friend
I m trying to understand

I’m getting

when we combining the word I am and getting you are telling somone you are hainging something, gaining possesion or being affected by something.
Here are some examples:
I m getting ready for bed
I m getting ready to go out
I m getting scared
I m getting tired
I m getting a new scooty
I m getting a puppy
I m getting a cold
I m getting married
I m getting a dream home