Let's look at the sentence:
I might go to the market.
We know that 'might' is the past form of 'may'. Also might is used to describe possibility in the present. Then what does the above sentence refer ...
So I have difficulties to pronounce “at all” in English, and I was wondering if “whatsoever” meant the same thing, and if it could be used in a conversation.
“He had no idea whatsoever.”
“He had no ...
Which of these sentence is correct?
“I am a person who likes their hair”
(we conjugate with “person” we use “their” as a gender-neutral pronoun or do we put “his?”)
“I am a person who like her hair”