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Use of Whatever and whatsoever in English grammar
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Here we will see the use of whatever and whatsoever in English grammar.
Use of whatever and whatsoever in English grammar
Now we will study the use of Whatever.
Meaning of whatever is everything or anything that or of any kind.
Whatsoever has also the similar meaning like whatever.
Generally whatever and whatsoever are used as pronouns and adjectives.
Now we will see some examples to clear your doubts about the use of whatever and whatsoever.
Examples of the use of whatever and whatsoever in English grammar
1)Whatever you have (it) is not mine.
There is no need to write IT here.
2)Whatsoever you have (it) is not mine.
3)whatever she has heard (it) is not true.
4)Whatever we need (it) is here.
5)Whatever they have got, they should be satisfied in it.
6)Whatever that person is talking about, it is not necessary to be true.
7)Whatever you have had, be satisfied with it.
8)Whatever will be, will be.
9)Whatever is going on in your mind, tell me.
10) whatever we are doing (it) is very useful for society.
These are some of the examples of the use of whatever and whatsoever.
From the above discussion, it is clear that whatever means everything and whatever and whatsoever are used as pronouns and adjectives.
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