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I've notice everywhere the "whatsoever" word but I don't really get when to use it, or how to use it properly can somebody help me please

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Hello Anonymous,

You can use "whatsoever" or "whatever" instead of the pronouns like "any" and "some",

and also as an adjective,

any, whatever, whatsoever -- (one or some or every or all without specification);

"give me any peaches you don't want";

"not any milk is left";

"any child would know that";

"pick any card"; "any day now"; "cars can be rented at almost any airport";

"at twilight or any other time";

"beyond any doubt"; "need any help we can get";

"give me whatever peaches you don't want";

"no milk whatsoever is left"


"not any milk is left";

"not any milk is left"??

In the following examples, which is/are correct?

i) We need to buy milk. There is no milk/none left in the fridge.

ii) We need to buy milk. Not any milk is left??

iii) No milk is left for the cat.

iv) Not any milk is left for the cat.

v) No person can do this job.

vi) Not any person can do this job.

( compare v & vi with the rest of the examples)
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i) We need to buy milk. There is no milk/none left in the fridge.

iii) No milk is left for the cat.

v) No person can do this job.

I think these are the correct ways.

I felt something weird in the sentence "Not any milk is left"..

Thanks, both of you

[H]
Dehbaashii) We need to buy milk. Not any milk is left??

iv) Not any milk is left for the cat.

ii) We need to buy milk. There is not any milk left.

iv) There is not any milk left for the cat.
yulysses wrote:


ii) We need to buy milk. There is not any milk left.

iv) There is not any milk left for the cat.

Are you claiming that "not any milk is left" = "There is not any milk left"? If that is the case, then,

a) There isn't anybody left in the classroom = not anybody is left in the classroom

b) There isn't a person to care about you = not a person is to care about you.

c) There isn't even a solution to this problem = not even a solution is to this problem.
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I disagree with your generalizing and forcing sentences, Dehbaash ;

Take a quick look, please:

http://www.answers.com/main/ntquery?method=4&dsid=502&deid=1975718793&gwp=8&curtab=502_1&linktext...


I disagree.........

I disagree with your using of examples from a source without quoting or referring to it first which is actually, a form of plagiarism.
Hi Anonymous,

They are limitless. Which one of them should I mention? For instance, another one

http://www.synonym.com/definition/whatsoever

See, same definition, isn't it?
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