LINGUISTICS & CULTURE
|Data:||26/NOV/2010 11:41 PM|
I understand that it has to do with "whoever" being used to internal clauses, http://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/whoever.
Altough, I am not in the advanced degree, it is the only viable explanation to make sense.
So as the sentence beggins with "it doesn´t matter... wouldn´t go hand-in-hand with something that means the very same thing. As we say in Portuguese, a redundancy, kind of.
To the ones that simply are used to read, would by 'instinct' say that seemed awkward, albeit not having a rule for it.
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