No wonder is so hot. Who turned the aircond off?

alberttim

Senior Member
Chinese
While in car, Jackson feels hot in the car.
He found that the fan is on but the aircond is off.

"No wonder is so hot. Who turned the aircond off?"

Is it colloquial?
 
  • owlman5

    Senior Member
    English-US
    "No wonder is so hot. Who turned the aircond off?"
    This isn't quite right, Albert. You should replace "is" with "it is" or "it's". People in my part of the world do not use "aircond". They use "air conditioning" or "AC": No wonder it's so hot. Who turned the AC off?
     

    xuliang

    Senior Member
    Chinese Mandarin
    This isn't quite right, Albert. You should replace "is" with "it is" or "it's". People in my part of the world do not use "aircond". They use "air conditioning" or "AC": No wonder it's so hot. Who turned the AC off?
    Hi,Owlman5, when you said "Who turned the AC off?" In your real life speaking, are you pronuncing "AC" or need to pronounce "air conditioning"? Thank you. (I wonder how you read abbreviations in daily speaking) Thank you.
     

    alberttim

    Senior Member
    Chinese
    This isn't quite right, Albert. You should replace "is" with "it is" or "it's". People in my part of the world do not use "aircond". They use "air conditioning" or "AC": No wonder it's so hot. Who turned the AC off?
    Thanks.
     
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