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Please make corrections to the following text:

I don't care if/whether your father is a minister or whatever, all I want to tell you if you ever do this again I'm going to expel without any further warning. I hope I made myself clear.
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Jackson6612Please make corrections to the following text:

I don't care if/whether your father is a minister or whatever, all I want to tell you if you ever do this again I'm going to expel without any further warning. I hope I made myself clear.
Hi Jackson,

I think whether ... or .. is better. I also would replace the comma with a full stop and add you after expel. Here is my suggested revision:

I don't care whether your father is a minister or whatever. All I want to tell you [is that] if you ever do this again I'm going to expel you without any further warning. I hope I made myself clear.

Best Regards,
Hoa Thai

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It would also be pretty standard to use a comma after the word 'again'.
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Hi,

I don't care whether your father is a minister. or whatever. All I want to tell you is that, if you ever do this again, I'm going to expel you without any further warning. I hope I have made myself clear.

Here are a few more suggestions.

In more formal and/or precise speech, it's better to avoid 'or whatever'. It seems rather lazy to me, and adds little to the sentence.

Best wishes, Clive
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