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"Interrogative Pronouns are question words used to enquire (ask questions) about person or thing that we do not know about."
The word ‘interrogate’ means to ask question. An interrogative pronoun is used when asking questions. It take the place of subject or object in the sentence. Interrogative pronouns allow us to build a question around the thing that the pronoun refers to.
There are five main interrogative pronouns:
(1) Use of 'What' :
(2) Use of 'Who':
(3) Use of 'Whom':
(4) Use of 'Which':
(5) Use of 'Whose':
In some cases, interrogative pronouns take on the suffix –ever. A few can also take on the old-fashioned suffix –soever, which is rarely seen in writing these days.