How To: Properly use the words "whether" and "weather" in English

Properly use the words "whether" and "weather" in English

In this video, we learn how to learn how "whether" is used while speaking English. The word "whether" is used when you are going to talk about different things, not the weather that is outside. If you can use the word "if" instead of "whether", you are using the word with the "th" instead of "ea". The "weather" is used when you are talking about what it's like outside. This includes if it's hot, cloudy, raining, snowing, and anything else. Any other time you are talking, the word "whether" can be used! Learning the difference in these two words is for more advanced students while learning English, but it can be understood!

(1) Part 1 of 2 - How to Properly use the words "whether" and "weather" in English, (2) Part 2 of 2 - How to Properly use the words "whether" and "weather" in English

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