字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント This is everyday grammar. I'm Kavi and I'm Lucy. Um I went to a wedding this weekend and it was so sweet. At one point, the bride and groom looked at each other says, every time, ever mine ever ours. I think Beethoven said that. No. Ah. Sounded totally original. No, it was Beethoven. Today we're talking about every words, whatever. However, whenever, wherever, whoever and which ever whatever can mean anything or it doesn't matter what, For example, whatever you think of my friends, their wedding was lovely. We're still talking about this. Well, whenever you want to move on, let's continue with our episode. And that's a great example of whenever, Which means at any time, Or it doesn't matter when which ever means any one of a group, or it doesn't matter which there's the red, blue and green dress which ever you choose. I'm sure it will look great. Whoever told you my friend's wedding wasn't nice, didn't tell you the truth. Whoever meaning any person or it doesn't matter who. I guess wherever I go now, you'll keep talking about that wedding, possibly. And by the way, you forgot to say wherever means in at or to any place, or it doesn't matter where. Thank you for that. I knew you would help me. However, you could, however, meaning in any way or it doesn't matter how. Well, then I'll finish with a common structure of ever words, every word plus subject plus verb. Oh, and the wedding was amazing.