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    Whatever/Whichever

    Hello Everybody,
    I'm stuck again!

    Which one of the following is right?

    Whichever concepts are not clear
    OR
    Whatever concepts are not clear?

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    Re: Whatever/Whichever

    Quote Originally Posted by prattsishunk View Post
    Hello Everybody,
    I'm stuck again!

    Which one of the following is right?

    Whichever concepts are not clear
    OR
    Whatever concepts are not clear?
    Can you provide a complete sentence?

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    Re: Whatever/Whichever

    You can refer to any of the ebooks for whichever concept you don't understand.
    OR
    You can refer to any of the ebooks for whatever concept you don't understand.

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    Re: Whatever/Whichever

    Quote Originally Posted by prattsishunk View Post
    You can refer to any of the ebooks for whichever concept you don't understand.
    OR
    You can refer to any of the ebooks for whatever concept you don't understand.
    It would be better as "You can refer to any of the ebooks if there are concepts you don't understand".

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    Re: Whatever/Whichever

    Thanx !!!

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