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Questions in Wh and How
WHAT is used to ask for information about something.
WHEN is used to ask about the time when something happened or will happen.
WHERE is used to ask questions about a place or position.
WHICH is used to ask for information about one of a limited number of things.
WHO is used to ask about someone's identity.
WHOM is used to ask about the object (person) in the sentence.
WHOSE is used to ask about possession.
WHY is used to ask for the reason.
HOW is used to ask about the way in which something is done.
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