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  1. rogergm62's Avatar

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    hello, i've got a question about if

    hi, everyone
    Could somebody help me...?
    When is correct tu use "if" and when "whether"? or maybe those words meaning the same, and I can use them in any situation...

    thank in anvance dears teachers...

    I hope you can being the light in my way....

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    Re: hello, i've got a question about if

    Generally, if introduces a conditional clause-- if I see you, then I will kiss you-- while whether is used when you wish to consider two alternatives-- I cannot decide whether to kiss you or hit you.

    If you find yourself unsure of which situation you are dealing with, then either will probably work synonymously.

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