No Matter

No matter means it doesn’t matter. It is used with who, whose, which, what, when, where and how.

  • No matter where you go, I will follow you.

After no matter, we use a present tense with a future meaning.

  • You will be welcome no matter when you come.

No matter who and whoever

The conjunctions no matter who/what etc., are used rather like whoever, whatever etc.

  • No matter what you say, I won’t believe you. (= Whatever you say, I won’t believe you.)
  • Phone me when you arrive, no matter how late it is. (= Phone me when you arrive, however late it is.)

Manjusha Nambiar

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