Interrogative pronouns ask questions.
Interrogative pronouns are nosy and personal.
Interrogative pronouns have no antecedent; the antecedent is the answer to the question.
Both A & B
Both A & C
A word that takes the place of a noun.
A word describing a professional noun.
A noun that can go free agent.
A word that is always capitalized.
Nouns that only have to do with farming or gardening.
The word a pronoun replaces.
The words "he, she, it"
Who, what, where, when, why
Who, which, whose, whomever, what
Where, when, why, how
Whatsoever, wherever, however, why
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