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Whether is a homophone, often confused with ‘weather’. Of course, they both have completely different meanings. ‘Whether’, specified in this context (contrary to the aforementioned alternative ‘weather’), is used often in conversation within sentences such as “I do not know whether to wear a coat or not”. This is a commonly used phrase in the middle class of England, when women are unable to decide whether they should convene to traditional colloquial fashion trends, or embark upon bacchanalian adventures of glee and wear leaves, biros, and cataclysmic entrepreneurs.
» Posted By Richard Miah On 09.05.2012 @ 3:06 pm