English grammar

Module 2, Pronouns, Lesson 5:

Interrogative Pronouns

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English grammar

To interrogate is to ask someone questions. Interrogative pronouns ask questions.

who whom whose which what

Who, whom, and whose refer to people. Who is a subject pronoun. Whom is an object pronoun. Whose is a possessive pronoun.

Hint:
Use who when you would use I; use whom when you would use me.
Who would like some ice cream? I would like some ice cream.
Whom did you ask for cookies? You asked me for cookies. (Answer the question.)
To whom did you wave? You waved to me.

Practice What You've Learned

English grammar
Directions:
Choose the correct interrogative pronoun for the sentence.
1.
wrote the poem "The Raven?"
Who, Whom
2.
To did you show the poem you wrote?
who, whom
3.
will be coming to your party?
Who, Whom
4.
did she push down the stairs?
Who, whom
5.
There is a car sitting in the reserved parking space. is it?
Who, Whose
6.
did you hear in the woods?
Which, What
7.
of the birds is the cardinal?
Whose, Which
8.
From did you receive that fabulous gift?
who, whom
9.
owns the dog tied to the railing?
Who, Whom
10.
did you invite to go to the movies?
Who, Whom
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