Pronouns thatpoint to specificthings:this, that, these, andthose.
This is an orange.
The same words are used as demonstrative adjectives when they modify nouns or pronouns:“this orange,”“those girls.”
An interrogative pronoun is a pronoun which is used to make asking questions easy.
- There are just five interrogative pronouns.
- Each one is used to ask a very specific question or indirect question.
- Some, such as “who” and “whom,” refer only to people.
- Others can be used to refer to objects or people.
- Interrogative pronouns can also be used as relative pronouns.
- Interrogative pronouns are found only in question and indirect questions.
- The five interrogative pronouns are what, which, who, whom, and whose.
- What is your name?
- Which is your car?
- Who is your father?
- Whom does this pen belong to?
- Whose are these stockings?