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Are both sentences correct? Is where ever correct?

I'll find you WHEREVER you go./I'll find you WHERE EVER you goEmotion: big smile
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First one is okay but I couldn't make out the second one at all.
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AnicasAre both sentences correct? Is where ever correct?

I'll find you WHEREVER you go./I'll find you WHERE EVER you goEmotion: big smile
I'll find you WHEREVER you go. ('wherever' is spelt as one word)
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I think they are both correct, but "WHEREVER" is the word in more common usage.
The first one is correct. The second one doesn't really make sense. In many cases it is possible to have two separate words but the meanings aren't the same. Compare these:
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.
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Hi CB

The word is Wherever, NOT Whatever.
Yoong LiatHi CB

The word is Wherever, NOT Whatever.

I 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).
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Thanks.
Anonymous:
They are both correct. The former is more common, the latter is acceptable.
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