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What is the difference between Weather and Whether?

Asked by R. Jones, Last updated: Jul 31, 2019

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H. Reyes

H. ReyesScience Teacher, California
Science Teacher, California

Answered on Jul 31, 2019

Weather is used to talk about environment and temperature conditions, and the word weather is a noun — the word whether it can be used as a conjunction to choose between either-or. The word weather, which is a noun it is utilized to refer to climate conditions such as temperatures, rain, wind, snow, hot, and cold.

The weather may also be used as a verb, which means to endure, withstand, or maintain during a challenging situation. Another way that weather can be used is as a verb referring to erosion or something deteriorating due to weather conditions, whereas the word whether it can be used to link two choices.

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C. BlockEnglish Professor, M.A, Ph.D, Buffalo
English Professor, M.A, Ph.D, Buffalo

Answered on Jul 18, 2019

These two words are homophones, which mean that they sound the same, but their spelling and meanings are different. Weather is a noun. It is the atmosphere's state. Examples of weather include sunny, rainy, and snowy. An example of using the word in the sentence is "The weather was so nice for our family vacation."

The word whether differs for it is a conjunction. It is used to explain the doubt between two or more things. An example of using the word in a sentence is "I don't know whether or not to believe if he went to work on Friday."

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