The most used and main Interrogative pronouns are what, which, who, whom and whose.
The other, less common interrogative pronouns are the same as the ones above but with the suffix -ever or -soever (e.g., whatever, whichever, whatsoever, whichsoever)
Example #1 - Did the Flyers hockey team or Red Wings win the game last night. --> Which hockey team won the game last night?.
Example #2 - A prize will be given to someone who can solve the riddle. --> (Whoever) A prize will be given to whoever solves the riddle.
Choose an appropriate Interrogative pronoun to fill in the blank.
1.________ is worse, losing hope or never having it to begin with?
Choose an appropiate Interrogative pronoun to replace the existing word(s).
2.Can you please give us anything you have?
Fill in the blank with an appropriate Interrogatve pronoun. (There may be more than one).
Select the correct Interrogative pronoun.
Fill in the blank with an appropriate Interrogatve pronoun.
A determiner modifies and precedes a noun: this house, every house, which house? So 'which' is an Interrogative pronoun and determiner. It can also be used on its own, without a following noun: 'Which is your house?' This is what we call an Interrogative pronoun.
The determiners that share Interragative pronouns are: what, which, whose
But remember the determiners that i am using are determining between two things instead of 3 or more
Example #1- 'What' can also be both: 'What colour do you like best red or blue?' (determiner, because you are determining which color) 'What is your favourite colour?' (Interrogative pronoun, because you are simptly telling what your favorite is)
Example #2- 'Who' can only be used as an Interrogatve pronoun, along with: 'Who is that?' A determiner use would be:'Who man is your brother?', but this doesn't makes sense, as opposed to "Which man is your brother?" but this doesn't makes sense
Is the word in bold being used as an determiner or an Interrogative pronoun?
Create 5 sentences using Interrogative pronouns.
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