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no wonder

This page is about the conversational phrase no wonder

Meaning

You can say this if you're not surprised by something.

For example

  • "I'm really tired."
    "No wonder. You've been up since dawn."

  • "The government's lost the election."
    "They've been terrible, so it's no wonder."

Note:
Also "little wonder and "small wonder"

Quick Quiz

Ben said, "I passed my exam," and Amy said, "No wonder.

a. You never study."

b. You don't study much."

c. You're always studying."

Contributor: Matt Errey