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Interrogative Pronouns - Glossary of Terms


Interrogative Pronouns

The interrogative pronouns are: who, whom, which, what, whoever, whomever, whichever and whatever. Interrogative pronouns are usually used to pose questions. 

Examples:

Who won the race?
Which is the greater?
Which feat is the greater? (This is not an interrogative pronoun.  It is an interrogative adjective - it modifies feat.)
 
Associated pages:
 
What are pronouns?
Interrogative adjectives
The different types of pronouns
Glossary of grammatical terms
 
 

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