There are five interrogative pronouns in English. Each is used to ask a specific question. In this lesson, we will learn more about these pronouns.
There are three interrogative determiners in English: what, which, and whose. In this lesson we will go through each one of them.
Relative pronouns are matchmakers of English grammar. They come in the beginning of relative clauses and join two clauses together. Ready to learn about them?
That vs. Which
In the English language, we have three main relative pronouns: who, which, that. Here, we will discuss the similarities and differences between the last two.
What vs. Which
You can use 'what' and 'which' interchangeably; however, there are some delicate differences between these two. Let us start learning it through this article.
Which vs. That
Using which and that commonly in English does not mean that they are easy to use. Since they are important it is a chance for you to learn them easily, here.
Which vs. Whose
Which and whose are used a lot in English and this makes it really important to learn them. Since they can be relative pronouns they introduce relative clauses.
Which vs. Whom
Which and whom are two commonly used pronouns, using them a lot makes lots of confusion for new learners. So let's not waste one moment and start learning.
Who vs. Which
'Which' and 'who' are interrogative words that are used to ask questions or in some cases, they are used as relative pronouns to connect two clauses. Read more.
'Which' is a WH word, mainly used in question form. In this lesson, we will learn everything about this word.
Nominal Relative Pronouns
Nominal relative pronouns are also known as free relative pronouns are used to introduce a relative clause. Click here to learn!