Conjunction(1) expressing a doubt or choice between alternatives.
(1) I would also like to see our children have more of a choice about whether or not to leave the county.(2) It is a matter of working out whether or not I want to even do it and then a matter of saying yes or no.(3) They also point out, however, that you have the choice about whether or not you use a mobile.(4) This is the time to examine whether you wish to invest in an Individual Savings Account.(5) I have had considerable doubt as to whether or not the award was so high that we should reduce it.(6) As with any postponement, opinions vary as to whether or not the game could have gone ahead.(7) We need a plan for the future because York will change whether we like it or not.(8) Members of the public are being consulted about whether to apply for the new start.(9) it is still not clear whether or not he realizes(10) every game is important whether we win, lose or draw(11) If somebody is going to have an affair, they will do it whether or not someone tries to flirt with them.(12) They had planned for this, but he still doubted whether or not it was really going to work.(13) It's kinda hard to really decide whether or not to call Argento on the misogyny front.(14) The debate concerning whether or not to open stores on Sunday is an excellent example.(15) It will be a matter of judgment whether and how to take account of indirect evidence.(16) I'll see whether she's at home
(1) whether or not :: pe
1. whether ::
2. if ::
3. what ::
4. how ::
5. how much ::
6. how many ::
7. or ::
8. in case ::
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