DOUBT THAT/DOUBT WHETHER/DOUBT IF
Here is a neat challenge.
Explain the difference in meaning and use among the three possibilities of “doubt that”, “doubt whether” and “doubt if”.
Part of your explanation should consider when not to use any of the possibilities.
Create sentences for “doubt that”, “doubt whether” and “doubt if” that correctly use each term.
The word for today is “exorbitant”.
What part of speech is “exorbitant”?
Define “exorbitant” and use it in a sentence that shows its meaning.
CORRECTIONS & EXPLANATIONS
Corrections and explanations for all of this week’s entries will be posted Sunday.
Monday is Family Day in Ontario, so there will be no blog post that day.