No matter

Posted by Manjusha Filed in Practical English Usage

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

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

No matter who and whoever

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

See also

Near
Nearest and next
Negative forms
Neither
Neither, nor and not either
No, none and not a/any
No matter
North, northern, south, southern
not only ... but also...
Using not only...but also

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