Interrogative sentences,adverbs,adjectives, pronouns

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An interrogative word is a function word used for the item interrupted in an information statement. Interrogative words are sometimes called wh-words because most of English interrogative words start …

An interrogative word is a function word used for the item interrupted in an information statement. Interrogative words are sometimes called wh-words because most of English interrogative words start with wh-. In English, they are used in questions (Where is he going?) and interrogative content clauses (I wonder where he is going); their forms are also used as relative pronouns in certain relative clauses (The country where he was born) and certain adverb clauses (I go where he goes). These uses are all found in various other languages as well.

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  • 1. InterrogativeInterrogativesentences,adverbs,adjectives,sentences,adverbs,adjectives,pronounspronounsPresented to :- Bhawna Khatri mamPresented to :- Bhawna Khatri mam( English Teacher)( English Teacher)
  • 2. Interrogative wordsInterrogative wordsAn interrogative word is a function wordused for the item interrupted in aninformation statement. Interrogativewords are sometimes called wh-wordsbecause most of English interrogativewords start with wh-. In English, they areused in questions (Where is he going?) andinterrogative content clauses (I wonderwhere he is going); their forms are alsoused as relative pronouns in certainrelative clauses (The country where he wasborn) and certain adverb clauses (I gowhere he goes). These uses are all found invarious other languages as well.
  • 3. Interrogative SentencesInterrogative SentencesSentences that are used to askquestion are called Interrogativesentences.Examples:-• Does John go to Manhattan?• Are small airplanes safe?• Does she like going to the mountains?• Does John have a dog?• Is this your book?• Did you receive my message?
  • 4. Interrogative AdverbsInterrogative AdverbsAdverbs that are used to askquestions about time, place, number,manner, quantity and reason arecalled Interrogative adverbs.Examples:-• How was the movie?• When does the play begin?• Where is the new mall being built?• Why dont you like her?
  • 5. Interrogative AdjectivesInterrogative AdjectivesInterrogative adjectives are words,such as which ,whose and whatthat are used along with nounsto ask questions .Examples:-• Which plants should be wateredtwice a week?• What book are you reading?
  • 6. Interrogative pronounsInterrogative pronounsInterrogative pronouns such aswho, whose, which and what areused to ask questions .Examples:-• Who are the singers of the Declaration ofIndependence?• Who will design the new logo
  • 7. Wh - Words AndWh - Words AndExamplesExamplesWh-WordswhatwhenwherewhichwhowhomwhosewhyExamplEWhat is your name?When did he leave?Where do they live?Which colour do you want?Who opened the door?Whom did you see?Whose turn is it?Why do you say that?
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  • 9. Made ByMade BySwayamYash SanwalSakshiShivaniYasminVishalVikramUtkarshYash Sharma
  • 10. Made ByMade BySwayamYash SanwalSakshiShivaniYasminVishalVikramUtkarshYash Sharma