Mom said we're going to move next year no matter what. A colloquialism that is very common
Mom ... whatever.
Mom ... no matter what happens.
Mom ... whatever happens.
Do all of the above wordings read equally well? If yes, do they convey the same meaning? Thanks.
This is new construction and should be discussed in a different thread. Please see: whatever you want/what you wantYou can choose whatever/what you like among these gifts.
what or whateve？why？