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When do we use the following question words?
Who, What, When, Where and Why.
Who is used when you ask about a person or people.
What is generally used when you ask about a thing or an event.
When is used when you ask about time.
Where is used when you ask about a place.
Why is used when you ask about some reason.
Choose among who, what, where, when and why that best describes the situation.
Good luck !
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