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Interrogative Pronouns

1. Interrogative Pronouns ask questions.

2. The interrogative pronouns are : -- who, whose, whom which and what.

a)  Who, whose, and whom refer to person.

Examples : -

Who said so ?

Whose book is this ?

Whom do you love ?

b) Which refers to persons or things

Examples :-

Which of these boys will win the prize ?

Which of these books do you like best ?

c) What refers to lower animals and things.                              

Examples :- 

Q : What have you seen in the mountain?

A :  I have seen a tiger.

Q : What did he buy ?

A :  He bought a house.                    

Note -- All interrogative pronouns have the same form for the plural as for the singular



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