"In BrE many allow the possibility of adding after the operator an optional do as an intransitive substitute verb. This can take place only rarely after do as an operator (...):
Bob says he is going to join the Labour Party. It will be interesting to see whether he does (do)."
Te 'does' jest oznaczone w tekście jako 'nuclear syllable'.
'Do' jest substytutem 'join the Labour Party'.
Nie rozumiem dlaczego tam jest 'does'. Może dlatego, że w zdaniu nadrzędnym jest 'will'?
troche niepelne informacje zawarte w tej ksiazce, bo jak to by wygladalo takie cos: You say you are going to join the Labour Party. It will be interesting to see whether you do (do).
tylko w przypadku 3 os.l.poj. ma to jakies zastosowanie, a i wtedy bylaby to rzadkosc
My nick had been chosen by me to serve a useful and clear purpose, Lab - so that I could remember going online for the first time in my life
Now, back to the topic, a feeling of incompleteness necessitates my providing you with this bit of information:
We generally use the Present (Simple) Tense to refer to the future after 'whether'; in the case of indirect questions, it all depends on the context 'Why don't we go for a bike ride this weekend?' 'Well, that depends on whether it's a fine one.'
The match will definitely take place whether it's raining or (whether) it's sunny.
I wonder whether this fix will last a long time.
I don't know whether they agree or disagree with us.