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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #65414: Ever and compounds
    > Other English exercises on the same topics: Adverbs | Frequent mistakes [Change theme]
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    Ever and compounds


    Ever expresses the idea of  'any'.


    Examples:


    - We will follow whoever leads.

    - We will follow anyone who leads.


    - Give the key to whomsoever you can.

    - Give the key to anyone you can.


    - Whatever you decide will be fine.

    - Anything you decide will be fine.


    - Wherever you want to go is all right with me.

    - Anywhere you want to go is all right with me.


    - You may leave whenever you wish.

    - You may leave any time you wish.


    - Whichever car you buy, you'll enjoy it, I'm sure.

    - Any car you buy, you'll enjoy it, I'm sure.



     





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    1. I'll turn over the funds to (anyone) the boss designates.

    2. His employees feel free to say (anything) they want to say.

    3. You can give the ticket to (anyone) the teacher selects.

    4. You can call in the morning or afternoon, (any time) you wish.

    5. There were no reserved seats, so we could sit (any place) we wanted.

    6. You can change the room around (any way) you like.

    7. (Any day) you set will be okay for the meeting.

    8. (Anyone that) has a phone can call.

    9. They'll watch a film tonight, they can see (any) movie they like.









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