If vs. Whether Worksheet For Classes 9 And 10 CBSE

The conjunctions whether and if can both be used to introduce indirect questions. In some
cases, only whether is possible.

Complete the following sentences using if or whether.

1. I don’t know ———————- she will come.

a) whether b) if c) either could be used here

2. I am not sure ——————— I will be able to come.

a) whether b) if c) either could be used here

3. I can’t decide ——————– I should move to another city.

a) whether b) if c) either could be used here

4. I don’t know —————— I should cry or laugh.

a) whether b) if c) either could be used here

5. I asked ———————– she was interested in the offer.

a) whether b) if c) either could be used here

6. I don’t know ——————— I will be selected or not.

a) whether b) if c) either could be used here

7. The question is ———————- we can depend on him.

a) whether b) if c) either could be used here

8. There was an argument about ———————– we should move to a bigger home.

a) whether b) if c) either could be used here

Answers

1. I don’t know if /whether she will come.

2. I am not sure if / whether I will be able to come.

3. I can’t decide if / whether I should move to another city.

4. I don’t know whether I should cry or laugh.

5. I asked if / whether she was interested in the offer.

6. I don’t know whether I will be selected or not.

7. The question is whether we can depend on him.

8. There was an argument about whether we should move to a bigger home.

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