Yo C
Could you please help me to fill this blank "... it takes, I will go to England to study English."? Thank you.

Fill the blank with Whatever/ Whoever/ Whenever/ Wherever or However: 


"...... it takes, I will go to England to study English."

Please help me if you have the answer. 
Thank you in advance. 


May 24, 2019 7:58 AM
Comments · 8
'No matter what it takes, ....' would sound better as the first clause, rather than 'whatever'.

The suggestion of 'whatever' as mentioned already, is correct. But i feel we would usually see it used in the send clause though. I'll go to England, whatever it takes.'
May 24, 2019
whatever it takes
May 24, 2019

Thank you so much for your suggestion, Benjamin Pike. I really appreciate it. It seems that the sentence "I'll go to England, whatever it takes." is better than "Whatever it takes, I'll go to England."


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It's the first time I've seen the clause "Whatever it takes" and now I know how to use it,  I feel very excited. Thank you, tempus.edax.rerum for your explanation ^^

May 24, 2019

Yo C,

Whatever it takes would mean it doesn't matter how much of my time, energy, or money I have to put into it.  I am definitely going to England to study English.

May 24, 2019
"Whatever it takes."
Oh, is it the same as "Whatever happens"? 
At first, I just thought it was "However it takes" or "Wherever it takes" ^^~ Never thought that "Whatever it takes" is the right answer. 
Thank you so much ^^
May 24, 2019
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Language Skills
Chinese (Mandarin), English, Vietnamese
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Chinese (Mandarin), English