Top Phrase #6: (It’s) no wonder

(IT’S) NO WONDER

Meaning: It’s not surprising

Examples:

You shouldn’t have eaten all those doughnuts. It’s no wonder you feel sick.

No wonder Luka is exhausted, he has been working long hours all week.

It’s no wonder Roberto didn’t get the job. His English was nowhere near good enough.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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