Hey guys it’s Michael here from Happy English and I’m back with another podcast English lesson. I just noticed that it’s almost March. Is it just me, or is this year flying by?
You may be wondering what we are going to study today. Well, that’s it! We are going to look at five different ways we use the word WONDER…Are you ready? Let’s check it out!
Here are the example sentences. To get the details of this English lesson, you need to listen to the podcast or check the transcript for the details.
- I wonder why Jack is late this morning.
- I wonder who is going to speak at the workshop.
- I wonder what happened to the pizza shop. It is closed today.
- I wonder when the train will come. We’ve been waiting for more than 10 minutes.
- I wonder where Tommy is. He has never been late for a meeting.
- I wonder why the boss is in a bad mood today.
- Wow, that new girl in my office is really cute. I wonder if she’s noticed me.
- I wonder if the train will be on time.
- I wonder if it will rain tomorrow.
- I wonder if you can help me. I’m looking for the subway station.
- I wonder whether you would be able to come to the party with me.
- It’s no wonder Jack got sick. He always goes out without a jacket on.
- No wonder Jack got sick. He always goes out without a jacket on.
- No wonder that your eyes are tired. You’ve been sitting in front of the computer all day.
- It’s no wonder he got fired. He’s always goofing off on the job.
- This medicine works wonders for shoulder and back pain.
- A few days off out of the office will work wonders for relieving your stress.
- NyQuil works wonders when you catch a cold. You should try it.
- A glass of red wine works wonders when you want to relax.
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