I heard of some native English speakers say some thing like "you're gonna" or "you got to" a lot, I often don't distinguish them.
Consider this example, a English teacher says
when you begin a sentence with an adverb clause
and would he say
you're gonna put a comma in that sentence.
you got to put a comma in that sentence.
They sounds so similar that I often can't distinguish which one the speak is actually saying.
I am aware that "you're gonna" is a colloquial way to say "you're going to" and "got to" sometime means "have to".
Google Ngram shows that both of them are in use.
In practice, for instance, those two examples pretty much seem to mean the same thing.
Is my understanding correct?