I was watching this movie called The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers. I've found that someone said the phrase 'I wants it' instead of 'I want it'.

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I've got confused. What does it mean?. Is there any particular meaning for 'I wants it'?

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    If you have watched the whole film, I'm surprised you haven't noticed before that Gollum speaks his own peculiar version of English (as he does in the books). Jan 8 at 9:26
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    The personal pronoun "I" is always capitalized. Please edit the title. Also, the abbreviation of versus is VS (rare) or vs. there is no need for the forward slash punctuation
    – Mari-Lou A
    Jan 8 at 10:59
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    You're looking at the character Smegal, who later becomes the creature Gollum. In the earlier film, you will have seen Gollum constantly speaking this way... adding 'S' to words, and doubling up on plurals (reffering to the Baggins family as 'Bagginses'). This single moment is a clue to the fact that Smegal is becoming Gollum and beginning to speak that way.
    – Astralbee
    Jan 8 at 11:03
  • Great guys... i really appreciate it. I've got it.
    – dead day
    Jan 9 at 16:55

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