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    A daily sentence

    Hello,

    "Whatever pain you go thorough, you can talk to me." Is the first part (before the coma) of this sentence correct like that?

    1. Should I use "whichever" instead if "whatever"?
    2. I used "go through" with "pain". Is it ok?

    I sense some oddity but don't know why.

    Thanks for your help :)

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    Re: A daily sentence

    Quote Originally Posted by Veggie View Post
    Hello,

    "Whatever pain you go through, you can talk to me." Is the first part (before the comma) of this sentence correct like that? It's fine grammatically.

    1. Should I use "whichever" instead if "whatever"?
    2. I used "go through" with "pain". Is it ok?

    I sense some oddity but don't know why.

    Thanks for your help :)
    Bhai.

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    Re: A daily sentence

    Quote Originally Posted by Veggie View Post


    1. Should I use "whichever" instead if "whatever"? No.
    2. I used "go through" with "pain". Is it ok? Yes.

    I sense some oddity but don't know why. They're fine.

    Thanks for your help. :)
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    'Whatever pain you go through'.

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