What Are Interrogative Pronouns?
English Interrogative Pronouns
'What' is an interrogative pronoun that is used to ask for the names of things. We can use 'what' to ask questions about the subject of the verb.
What as a Determiner
'What' as a determiner is always used before a noun and is used to ask for specific information about the noun.
Which as a Determiner
'Which' as a determiner is always used before a noun and asks about a limited number of choices. Here are some examples:
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