Rather/Weather/Whether

M. P. Moore

Read the statements below carefully and write in the correct word. Remember the differences between the words.

Rather means on the contrary or preferably (adv.)

Weather means to endure (v.)

Whether means if (conj.)


  1. (Rather/Weather/Whether) than risk rejection, Mel chose not to invite Cori to join him for a drink after work.
  2. Links to reference material:
    Do you want to learn more about these words?

    Your answer:


  3. Some people prefer to read reviews or to poll their friends before they decide (rather/weather/whether) or not they should see a film.
  4. Your answer:


  5. It remains to be seen (rather/weather/whether) this latest applicant is the best person qualified for the position.
  6. Your answer:


  7. The question is this: would you (rather/weather/whether) take a stroll along the boardwalk or a walk in the park?
  8. Your answer:


  9. We have seen our neighborhood (rather/weather/whether) several changes over the years, everything from devaluation to gentrification.
  10. Your answer:



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