I'm on the process of make the decision <about> whether I'm going to do it or not

jihoon

Senior Member
korean
1. I'm on the process of making the decision whether I'm going to do it or not

2. I'm on the process of making the decision about whether I'm going to do it or not.


Which one is grammatically correct? I think #2 is better choice because preposition is needed, but I heard someone say #1.

So, What's the verdict?
 
  • heypresto

    Senior Member
    English - England
    I'm on the process of making the decision whether I'm going to do it or not. :cross:
    I'm on the process of making the decision about whether I'm going to do it or not. :cross:

    I'm in the process of making the decision about whether I'm going to do it or not. :tick:
     

    Hermione Golightly

    Senior Member
    British English
    I don't think that 'about' is necessary, which I suppose is what you're asking about. But then, neither is 'in the process of making a decision'.

    "I'm (still) deciding whether to do it or not."
     
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