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    Difference between "for some/any/whatever reason/s"


    Could you please tell me the difference between "for some reason(s)", "for any reason(s)" and "for whatever reason(s)?
    When do you use each of them?


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    Re: Difference between "for some/any/whatever reason/s"

    The difference is the same as it would be for "some X, for any X, for whatever X", for any X. There's nothing special about 'reason'.
    Do you understand the meanings and usages of "some, any, whatever"?
    Last edited by Raymott; 05-Nov-2014 at 23:36. Reason: typo

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