Marie
It’s the weekend, It bizarre A colleague from London was working today. I asked her: "why are you working? today is Sunday." then she replied: "It’s the weekend, It bizarre". What does it mean?
Feb 7, 2016 5:57 PM
Answers · 9
She said 'it is bizarre affirmatively or was it a question " Is it bizarre "? Was that a text message or you were talking ? You could tell by her tone ,whether she was sarcastic ,annoyed or just wondering ! If you were face to face her body language and face expression could have told you something as well about her intention . The sentence alone without sufficient context can't give an accurate explanation !
February 7, 2016
She's saying it's not just unusual, it's _very odd_ for her to work on Sunday. Bizarre has a connotation of something that's "crazy" or "doesn't make sense".
February 7, 2016
as far as I know her, it's so weird to me to see her working on Sundays. I'm a kind of her manager and I got surprised when I saw her sending emails to the customers which meant she traveled from outskirt to come to the office in central part of the city on Sunday :D
February 7, 2016
I think, it's sarcasm. it's just my humble opinion, maybe is not weird for her to work on weekend, or maybe she is having a hard day, and her best choice just was working on work. Why? Why not?
February 7, 2016
Still haven’t found your answers?
Write down your questions and let the native speakers help you!
Marie
Language Skills
English, French, Italian, Persian (Farsi), Spanish
Learning Language
French, Italian, Spanish