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Clause with Wh-ever Words

Clauses preceded by Wh-ever words are not declarative or reported speech like ‘that’ clause or indirect embedded questions like ‘wh-clause’. Wh-ever words are used as Preposition in Adjuncts Phrase containing Content Clause, or as Free Relative in Relative Clause, or to express ignorance/indifference.

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