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Interrogative Adjectives

Interrogative adjectives: used to form questions about the nouns they modify.

Interrogative: word asking a question.

 

“Which”, “what” and “whose” combined with the nouns they modify are used to form questions.

Examples:

Which book should I read?

Which = interrogative adjective modifying the noun, “book.” Of all the books to read, “which” forms a question to select one.

 

What is your favorite vacation spot?

What = interrogative adjective modifying the noun “vacation spot.” Of all the vacation spots to visit, “what” forms a question to select one.

 

Whose sunglasses are these?

Whose = interrogative adjective modifying the noun, “sunglasses.” Of all the people the sunglasses could belong to, “whose” forms a question to select one.

 

*End of lesson on Interrogative adjectives*