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    whether or not vs. if or not

    Which one is correct, or are both ok? And please give specific explanations. 1. Please let me know if you're able to come or not. 2. Please let me know whether you're able to come or not. :shock::shock:
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    [Grammar] so much vs. very

    I'd like to know which is more correct in the following sentence and why the other is not answerable. Q. He seemed ----- upset when he was questioned about his private family history. A. very B. so much As far as I know, "very" seems more appropriate, but Can't explain how inapproriate it is...
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