whatever you do

This page is about the conversational phrase whatever you do


You can use this for emphasis when telling someone not to do something.

For example

  • "I'm flying to Tokyo tonight, Mum."
    "Whatever you do, don't forget your passport."

  • "Whatever you do, don't lend him money. He won't pay you back."

Quick Quiz

You can use the phrase "whatever you do" when you're

a. asking for a favour

b. giving someone advice

c. asking about someone's work

Contributor: Matt Errey