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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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