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WHETHER/ WHETHER OR NOT – Common Mistakes in English – Part 1

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This is a lesson in two parts. Topic: Whether. In PART ONE we examine how \”whether\” and \”whether or not\” are used. We also consider when \”if\” can be used in place of \”whether\”. Level: high intermediate to advanced.

WHETHER/ WHETHER OR NOT - Common Mistakes in English - Part 1

Giải bài tập TOEIC #3: cách dùng whether vs. either (mức độ: khó)

whether ….. or
either ….. or ?
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Giải bài tập TOEIC #3: cách dùng whether vs. either (mức độ: khó)


This video is about an advance structure \”Whether or\”


JLPT N4 Grammar: 〜かどうか (How to say \”Whether or not~\” in Japanese)

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In this video, Yukasensei will introduce you to the grammar point: 〜かどうか (~ka dou ka) JLPT Level N4 Grammar Point.
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The Atheist Experience 25.47 with Matt Dillahunty and Shannon Q

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01:35 Mr. Warlight | New Week, Same Lack Of Preparation
06:07 MohammedNE | Spirits Exist In The Mind
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33:33 RobVA | Emotions Are Irrational
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55:54 Simo(CA) | Why Is Rape Bad Across Time?
1:08:30 TonyAK | The Road To Recovery Is A Long One…So Is This Call
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1:23:43 EricKS | How To Be Patient With Dishonest Theists?
1:28:47 SabienTX | It’s Wrong To Judge Theists
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First up today is Mr. Warlight from AK who wants to question the host’s views on spirituality. Just like last week, the caller has nothing to present.
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