“if” and “whether”

16 Dec

Yesterday’s notes about “someone” and “anyone” made some readers a little confused. We said that “anyone” is used in “IF/WHETHER” clauses. This needs to be explained a bit deeper:

“IF” can have different meanings, and ONE of these meanings is the same as “WHETHER”.

if and whether

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