In this YouTube 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.
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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