Interrogative Pronoun: Definition & Examples


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The word 'interrogative' lets us know that we will be ______.

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1. We know interrogative pronouns are pronouns because they _____.

2. We know we should use who if we can replace 'who' with the word ____.

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

This quiz/worksheet combo will test your understanding of the function and use interrogative pronouns and when to use who and whom.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

Within this quiz/worksheet, you will answer questions on:

  • The function of interrogative pronouns in a sentence
  • When to use who and whom in a sentence
  • Which words interrogative pronouns take the place of

Skills Practiced

  • Reading Comprehension - ensure that you draw the most important information from the related interrogative pronoun lesson
  • Knowledge Application - use your knowledge to answer questions about when to use who and whom
  • Information Recall - access the knowledge you've gained regarding which words interrogative pronouns take the place of

Additional Learning

Learn more about these pronouns through the lesson called Interrogative Pronoun: Definition & Examples. This lesson can also help you:

  • Know which pronouns are interrogative
  • Review sentences using interrogative pronouns
  • Learn how to use who's and whose