Wander or Wonder?
Exemple : ‘’I decided to go for a wander to see the stars at night.’’
“Wander” and “wonder” can be easily mixed up although their uses are very different. “Wander” can be used as both a verb and a noun and denotes the act of going out for a walk with an unclear destination. This type of walk is similar to a stroll rather than a fast-paced walk.
Exemple : ‘’I wonder if we will be home in time to see the new television series.’’
“Wonder” can also be used as both a verb and a noun. As a verb it is generally used as a question when someone expresses a wish to know something. As a noun it is used to denote a feeling of surprise or admiration.