How To Use WONDER & I WONDER IF

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For today’s live English lesson we looked at three different ways that we can use the word WONDER. You can use the phrase “I wonder if,” or “I wonder” followed by a question word. Here are the example sentences from this English lesson.

HOW TO USE – WONDER
1) I wonder if + SUBJECT / VERB
– I wonder if it will rain tomorrow.
– I wonder if the train is on time.
– I wonder if Jack is coming to the party.
2) I wonder if + YOU CAN~ / IT’S POSSIBLE TO~
– I wonder if you can tell me where the station is.
– I wonder if it’s possible to send it by regular mail.
– I wonder if we can meet on Thursday next week.

HOW TO USE – WONDER
3) I wonder + WH QUESTION WORD
– I wonder what that noise is
– I wonder who opened the window
– I wonder when the meeting will start.
– I wonder where the post office is in this town.
– I wonder why the boss is in a bad mood.
– I wonder how I can get to Jack’s house.
– I wonder how much / how many / how often~

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