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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #98775: Interrogative pronouns
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    Interrogative pronouns


    Choose the right pronoun.


      Example:


                      01- Sarah will call us tomorrow. WHO will call us tomorrow?

            

                      02- She will call us at 9 AM. WHEN will she call us?





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    1. Maria will come tomorrow. will come tomorrow?

    2. She will come in a car. will she come in?

    3. She will come from Rome. will she come from?

    4. Her sister Paola will make some biscuits. will make some biscuits?

    5. She will make some biscuits. will she make?

    6. She will make the biscuits in the kitchen. will she make the biscuits?

    7. She will make some biscuits tonight. will she make the biscuits?

    8. She will make them because Sarah likes them. will she make them?

    9. Their friend Anna will enjoy the party. will enjoy the party?

    10. Her mother will buy her a birthday present. will her mother buy her?









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