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    piggy386 is offline Junior Member
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    She also wasn’t able to tell apart whether the cold water running down her cheeks were tears or raindrops.

    Should I use "tell apart" and "whether" on the above sentence?
    Does this make sense?
    Free feel to give me suggestions.
    Thanks.

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    Default Re: Whether

    I would use just "tell", not "tell apart".
    "She could not" may work better than "she also wasn't able", depending on context.

    FRC

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    Default Re: Whether

    Quote Originally Posted by Francois
    I would use just "tell", not "tell apart".
    "She could not" may work better than "she also wasn't able", depending on context.

    FRC
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