“Was it obvious that I wanted to leave?”

English Lesson: Was it obvious that I wanted to leave?

You're in the car with a friend after a party. You didn't really enjoy the party. You ask your friend if she could see that you weren't having fun.

Was it obvious that I wanted to leave?

Want Video and Sound? Follow us on YouTube

it is obvious that (clause)

Something that is "obvious" is really easy for anyone to see and understand. Here are some examples:

Someone asks you a very simple math question, so you say:

Oh, that's obvious. The answer is 42.

Your friend seems angry every time he talks about his brother. You ask about it, and he responds:

You: You and your brother don't get along, do you?

Him: Yeah, not really. Is it that obvious?

One way to use "obvious" is with "it is" or "it was" like in these examples:

It was obvious to me that I wasn't welcome there.

It's obvious that we're not going to be able to fix everything, but let's at least try to make things a little better.