1) See here
2) 'as much as' is similar to 'although'; 'whereas' means:
- It being the fact that; inasmuch as.
- While at the same time.
- While on the contrary.
'inasmuch' means, seeing that; since; to such a degree as
Student or Learner
These questions I encountered on my final exam
1) Why did you send the children away?
I won't have them _______ soccer near my rose beds!
Trouble is here. I couldn't decide one of them, please help me
2) Are you satisfied with your new secrectary?
________ I like her, she's not the best person for the job
b) as much as
I wonder why a doesn't make any sense, please help
But I have seen have sb do sth, too
Whereas, means inasmuch, but how about the other? it does mean "although", we cannot say the meaning of a word if we don't put it in the right context. True thing happen to apart from, it has two opposite meaning, so I think the same happen here in whereas.
Could you please go over it with more details?
I won't have them play soccer near my rose beds = I won't get them to play soccer near my rose bedsIn the first sentence she is saying she is not going to get them to do it. In the second sentence she is saying she is not going to let them do it.
I won't have them playing soccer near my rose beds = I won't put up with them playing soccer near my rose beds
I recommend that you not use "whereas" except in legal documents. It is not a word people use in ordinary conversation.