294 – Using If & Whether in Noun Clauses

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294 - Using If & Whether in Noun Clauses

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You can use if and whether in a noun clause, and we generally use this kind of grammar to ask or answer yes/no questions. For today’s English lesson let’s have a look at how we can use if and whether

Here are the example sentences. To get the details of this English lesson, you need to listen to the podcast or the check the transcript for the details:

  • Do you know if this train goes to Times Square?
  • Do you know if Jack passed his exam?
  • Do you know if the next meeting will be in New York or Boston?
  • I don’t know if this train goes to Times Square.
  • I don’t know if Jack passed his exam.
  • I don’t know if the next meeting will be in New York.
  • I wonder if this train goes to Times Square.
  • I wonder if Jack passed his exam.
  • I wonder if the next meeting will be in New York.
  • Do you know whether or not this train goes to Times Square?
  • Do you know whether or not Jack passed his exam?
  • Do you know whether or not the next meeting will be in New York?
  • I don’t know whether or not this train goes to Times Square (or) I don’t know whether this train goes to Times Square or not.
  • I don’t know whether or not Jack passed his exam.
  • I don’t know whether Jack passed his exam.or not.
  • I don’t know if this train goes to Times Square or not.
  • I don’t know if Jack passed his exam or not.
  • I wonder if this train goes to Times Square or not.
  • I wonder if Jack passed his exam or not.

If you know anyone who has trouble with this English language point, why not help them out! Just share this lesson with them. Thanks for studying today!

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