Interrogative Pronouns

Interrogative Pronouns :

The words who, whom, whose, what and which are called interrogative pronouns.

These pronouns are used to ask questions.

Who is he talking to?
Who are those people?

Whom are you playing with?
Whom is he talking to?

Which of these bags is yours?
Which do you prefer?

Whose is this umbrella?
Whose are these gloves?

What is your dog’s name?
What are you talking about?
What is the time?

Who can be used as the object of a verb as well as the subject.

Whom is used only as the object.

For example….

you can say :

Who are you playing with?


Whom are you playing with?

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