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Ever and compounds
Ever expresses the idea of 'any'.
- 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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