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    what kind of nouns is used after whatever?

    I'm confused about using whatever as adjective (or determiner).
    can anyone say whether we can use human nouns(like people,person,boy..) after whatever?


    e.g.He will support whatever candidate wins.

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    Re: what kind of nouns is used after whatever?

    'He will support whichever candidate wins.'── quoted from http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/whichever

    Not a teacher.

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