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I'll find you WHEREVER you go./I'll find you WHERE EVER you go
AnicasAre both sentences correct? Is where ever correct?I'll find you WHEREVER you go. ('wherever' is spelt as one word)
Anonymous:I think they are both correct, but "WHEREVER" is the word in more common usage.
Whatever happens, don't forget me!
What ever happened to him after that? (= What on earth happened to him...)
There is a movie, American I think, entitled What Ever Happened To Baby Jane? I trust they had the name right.
Yoong LiatHi CBI know that. My first sentence was my answer to the question. Read it again, please. After my answer I gave an example of similar words that have different meanings (but are often confused).
Anonymous:They are both correct. The former is more common, the latter is acceptable.
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