#Language hack August 2023

I will …. (whether/weather) the … (whether/weather) … (whether/weather) it’s sunny or not!
Which is correct? 

A) weather, weather, weather
B) whether, weather, whether
C) weather, weather, whether

Answer C is correct.

“Weather” and “whether” are homophones, meaning they are words that sound the same but are spelled differently and mean different things. In the first instance “weather” is used as a verb, which means to successfully tackle or come through a difficult situation. In the second instance, “weather” is used as a noun and refers to the atmospheric condition outdoors. In the third and final instance, “whether” is a conjunction and is used here to express two options, i.e. sunny or not sunny/rainy/cold/cloudy “weather”.








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