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If you keep a rotary file for names, adresses, and phone numbers on your desk and maintain it on a regular basis, you will never have to worry about whether or not you are able to find any phone numbers you might need.

A. you will never have to worry about whether or not you are able to find
B. you will never have to worry about finding
C. you won't never have to worry that you'll find
D. you will never have to look around for or worry about finding
E. you won't never need to go on a search for or worry about finding
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New post 24 Feb 2018, 04:39
IMO B

Tough competitor - A

Why B?
Concise and grammatically arranged.

C. Won't never...wrong
D. Adds extra information
E.wont never...wrong

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New post 24 Feb 2018, 05:04
I also agree that B should be the right solution because it is concise and still conveys the correct message.
A would be my second favorite too. However, "about whether or not you are able to find" is so wordy and I think that "whether or not" is redundant, because whether already implies a yes/no-situation. Therefore A is inferior imo.
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I also agree that B should be the right solution because it is concise and still conveys the correct message.
A would be my second favorite too. However, "about whether or not you are able to find" is so wordy and I think that "whether or not" is redundant, because whether already implies a yes/no-situation. Therefore A is inferior imo.


Yes, the answer is B.

A has to be eliminated in the first place."Whether or not" - redundant.
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