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Spelling for you whether #1 (permalink) Thu Dec 22, 2005 18:36 pm   Spelling for you whether
 

Common Errors in English, Intermediate level

ESL/EFL Test #17 "Christmas is coming", question 2

B: Well, I've been thinking about weather I've been good enough to get any presents this year.

(a) weather
(b) enough
(c) any

Common Errors in English, Intermediate level

ESL/EFL Test #17 "Christmas is coming", answer 2

B: Well, I've been thinking about whether I've been good enough to get any presents this year.

Correct entry: whether
The error was: (a) weather

B: Well, I've been thinking about whether I've been good enough to get any presents this year.
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Correction #2 (permalink) Thu Dec 22, 2005 20:22 pm   Correction
 

Hi,

I have written the correct spelling for you whether.

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