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Please specify the differeces in these words: weather & whether?

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  • 1 decade ago
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    The question reminds me of a verse I learned as a youngster..maybe you know it..

    The verse runs as this as I remember..

    Whether the weather be rich..

    Whether the weather be poor..

    We'll weather the weather the weather whatever the weather..

    Whether we like it or not..

    I hope this explains the difference in the words meaning..!

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    There are no 'differeces'.I searched the Internet and various dictionaries and couldn't find anything like this.

    If you are asking for 'differences', then there are indeed: In the word 'weather' there is missing the 'h' and there is an 'a' that is not in the other word. While in whether there is missing the 'a' and there is an 'h' that is not in the other word.

    I am full of hope that this helps you.

    InkyPinkie

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    'You never know whether the weather will change'.

    'Whether' is just another version of 'if'. You KNOW what 'weather' is.

  • 1 decade ago

    weather = like rain, snow, sunny, cold, hot

    whether = whether or not? I don't know whether it's possible.

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    this is NOT PHILOSOPHY!!!

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