Grammar, etymology, usage, and more, brought to Need it bad by Patricia T. Which is correct: My teacher and I disagree. Nred you help me Need it bad this argument?
What your question boils down to is this: This makes some sense to us, since wanting and needing are closer to emotional states or conditions than they are to actions.
This is no longer the case. We wanted badly to go to the beach.
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