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Hakan
What means by I wonder if I...

Sometimes I see this phrase, I wonder if I ...

What that means exactly?

When I should use it?

Feb 14, 2015 9:22 PM
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I am thinking with myself:  xx

I am thinking to myself.  :)


I wonder if I get how to use this expression.  (Use "understand" instead of "get how", although "get how is not incorrect.)


I finished the exam, and I am talking to my classmate:
I wonder if we will pass this exam.

I am sick and I am thinking/talking to my mother:
I wonder if I get will survive from this.

 

Keep asking questions. You will work it out.  I don't wonder about that. I am sure you will.

February 15, 2015

Use it when you are "thinking out loud," talking about a decision you are in the process of making, expressing uncertainty, expressing anxiety.

 

"I wonder if I will get there on time?"

"I wonder if I should stay on this road or take a different route?"

"I wonder if I should order tea or coffee?"

 

 

 

February 15, 2015

Hakan

Dr.Ramin Amookhte in translation classes tell us: I wonder = I don‘t know 

And using " if" after than  if = اینکه آیا 

February 16, 2015

You use this expression if you are I sure what to do, or not sure of the answer to your question. 

"I wonder if the summer will as hot as last year."

"I wonder if I should wear red shoes or blue shoes with that dress."

"I wonder if Mr. ______ will win the election or not."

February 14, 2015

I am a bit confused.

From your daily life, when do you use this expression?

 

Are these expressions correcr?

 

I am thinking with myself:

I wonder if I get how to use this expression.

 

I finished the exam and I am talking to my classmate:

I wonder if we pass this exam.

 

I am sick and I am thinking/talking to my mother:

I wonder if I get survive from this.

February 15, 2015
Hakan
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