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    No matter what/who/how/etc

    We often use the phrase, "no matter what/who/how/etc."

    A) The "no matter" is an idiom.
    B) "No matter what/who/how/etc" works as an adverbial phrase.

    Are both (A) & (B) true?


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    Re: No matter what/who/how/etc

    Quote Originally Posted by vcolts View Post
    We often use the phrase, "no matter what/who/how/etc."

    A) The "no matter" is an idiom.
    B) "No matter what/who/how/etc" works as an adverbial phrase.

    Are both (A) & (B) true?


    Thanks in advance.
    Yes!

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