wherever · conjunction /werˈev.ər/
B1 in or to any or every place
You can sit wherever you like.
Wherever you choose to live there are always going to be disadvantages.
I will be able to take you wherever you want in [a] matter of minutes. (Preliminary English Test; B1; Portuguese)
B2 every time it is possible
Wherever possible I use honey instead of sugar.
We try to sell local fruit and vegetables wherever possible.
We can work together [in a] number of ways, for e[xample], we can plant trees wherever possible and we can place bins [i]n the necessary areas which will help the public to dispose [of] waste items. (International English Language Testing System; B2; Tamil)