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Used in open questions (you can't answer them with "yes" or "no").
Who are you? (a question about someone)
What movies have you seen? (open list - a question about a thing, not someone)
Which movies do you prefer? (among a list of movies: actions movies / love movies / horror movies)
Whose dress is this? (Who is the owner?)
When are you coming?
(asking for a date)
asking for a place:
Where are you?
asking for a reason, an explanation:
Why didn't you come?
asking for the way an action is done / how you are
How are you today?
HOW can be used to build more questions:
HOW (much + uncountable/singulier)
HOW (many + countable/plural)
Choose the right options.
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