Wheather vs. weather
Hi again! I think I need to revise my question from earlier. I am writing a document in American english and think that I actually meant wheather or weather. For example, the boy standing by the trolley asked his mum wheather or not she would buy him a fruit bar. Or was it the boy asked weather or not he could get a fruit bar? In the document I am writing it seems like I should use wheather but I'm not sure if that has the right meaning or spelling. Please advise as to what one is correct. Thanks!
"Wheather" is not a word. A dictionary is a great resource for understanding different words or finding correct spellings.
"Weather" is a word, but not the one you are looking for. This is what the weatherman reports about every night so you know if you need to wear a coat in the morning or cancel an outdoor event.
"Whether" is the word used when talking about a choice between alternatives.
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