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    #1

    It is not that good, whoever directed this movie

    Hi,

    *self-made*

    1. Whoever directed this movie, it is not that good. (It is OK)
    1.a. It is not that good, whoever directed this movie. (I am not sure)

    2. Whoever comes to the door, tell them I am out. (It is OK)
    2.a. Tell them I am out, whoever comes to the door. (I am not sure)

    3- He wrote to me from Hamburg, wherever that might/could be. (It is OK)

    I think sentences 1, 2, and 3 are OK but I cannot make sure if 1.a and 2.a are OK or not.

    Thanks.

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    Re: It is not that good, whoever directed this movie

    1 and 2 are correct. 1a and 2a are strange. I wouldn't use either one.

    3 is Ok, but I would use "might".

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