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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #88671: Whichever/Whatever/Whoever
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    There is often confusion between when to choose 'whichever' or 'whatever'.

     'whichever' means 'any one from a limited set'.

    Always choose 'whichever' before words like 'one', 'day', etc.

    You can come on whichever day you wish.

    You can choose whichever one you want.

    You can play with whichever toy interests you.

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    1. If you want to borrow some money, you can ask me about it you like.

    2. Harry is so sloppy. he does is wrong.

    3. Yesterday I baked three cakes. Take one you like.

    4. I hear the song, I think about my childhood.

    5. I want you to help me in my homework.You can choose day is best for you.

    6. Last year they gave books to wanted them.

    7. I can keep a secret. You can tell me you like.

    8. wins a million dollars will be a rich person.

    9. Tom is a very outgoing boy. He makes friends he goes.

    10. can be knocking at the door at this time?

    11. I'll buy it for you! Choose one you like.

    12. I went to the old church, I saw them standing together.

    13. I regret that you aren't free to do you want.

    14. Teddy is Mary's husband. she goes, he will go with her.

    15. I'll throw a garden party next week. comes, will be welcomed.

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