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    #1

    Sarah didn't know if /whether Tom would arrive on Friday or Saturday.

    1. Sarah didn't know if Tom would arrive on Friday or Saturday.

    2. Sarah didn't know whether Tom would arrive on Friday or Saturday.



    Is sentence 1 also grammatical and same with sentence 2 in meaning?

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    Re: Sarah didn't know if /whether Tom would arrive on Friday or Saturday.

    Check out this article.
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