The wheater was hot.

We back to car after shopping.

I started the car and asked my son stand under the roof.

"Wait the car cool down first."

Does it sound natural?


1 Answer 1


"Wait the car cool down first."

Is not correct.

Please try: "Wait for the car to cool down first". The addition of "for" sets the condition. It is correct to use "for" when it is followed by a direct object. Additionally we need to add "to" before the word "cool" resulting in "to cool". Here is a link with some helpful information about the ways "to" can be used.


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