Yes, but only if the verb is the main verb and it is in the present tense.
 The user will choose whether (or not) X is for production or optimization; The user will choose if X is for production or not.
 The application can be implemented by any type of retailer, whether centralized, mixed or local.
 I want either chocolate or strawberry.
 On a weekly basis means once a week or weekly.
 The values
 The selected role (here 'selected' is emphasized) The role selected (here 'role' is emphasized)
 X or Y is responsible
 "greater", "higher", "less", "lower" It depends on the context, the sentence they sit inside.
 No. Ex: If he's here, I don't see him; Ex: He's not a dunce, if a trifle stupid.
 The last time I saw them was 2 months ago.
 You didn't tell me what you were doing.
Student or Learner