As to whether. Whether is sufficient.
Needless to say... If it's needless to say, then why are you saying it?
He is a man who... redundant
wrong: He is a man who is very ambitious. correct: He is very ambitious.
Most. Not to be used for almost.
wrong: Most everybody correct: Almost everybody
Here are some more from the Department of Redundency Department"
That was my actual experience.
Let's do some advance planning.
That was a nice unexpected surprise!
The bag suddenly exploded.
It's part of my regular routine.
I've never understood this one: pre-recorded. Duh!
Based on my past experiences.
I'll meet you at 12 noon.
Let's all meet together.
I made advance reservations.
She gave birth to a healthy baby boy. Really? It was a baby?
We're in close proximity.
Yeah, I commute back and forth.
It's just a natural instinct.
This one drives me absolutely crazy and I see it in stores and banks all the time: Free gift.
This place is filled to capacity.
The end result is...
It's a difficult dilemma...
Help me out with some other redundant phrases that are repetitive.