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I wd like to know if the following collocations exist in English language. The non native speakers often use the phrases 1.give answer for ( to answer) 2.give respect for (to respect)

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    If you are looking for pointers on speaking English, you should be aware that "wanna" is extremely informal and almost never used in "proper" written English. The most common example I can think of is using the word "wanna-be" as a noun. Oct 25, 2018 at 0:14
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    Also, "wd" may be appropriate for texting with friends, but not so much for writing to be read by strangers. Use "would" instead. Oct 25, 2018 at 0:43

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you can use "give an answer" to answer someone by giving them some information they asked for or describing your answer. for example:

I didn't give him a straight answer.

"give your respects to somebody" it's a kind of polite greeting:

give my respects to your father.

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