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    Indirect speech/whether or not/ at the end of a sentence

    Indirect = Kate just called. She asked whether or not I had enjoyed my vacation.

    Hello teacher,
    Can I put "or not" at the end of the sentence?

    I mean is this correct? :
    Kate just called. She asked whether I had enjoyed my vacation or not.

    Thank you.

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    Re: Indirect speech/whether or not/ at the end of a sentence

    Yes.

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