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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #120438: Interrogative pronouns
    > Other English exercises on the same topics: Pronouns | Questions [Change theme]
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    Interrogative pronouns

    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) 

    HOW long 

    HOW far 

    HOW often 

    HOW fast

    HOW old 


    Choose the right options.

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    1. Jane, didn't you come to school yesterday?

    2. Among these books, ones have you read?

    3. Tom, are you going for a holiday?

    4. Can you tell me you'll leave Italy?

    5. Mike, are you doing this week?

    6. How nice! car is that?

    7. Tell me, are your passions?

    8. Jenny, was the party?

    9. I am wondering... is your friend.

    10. I'd like to know you learnt English.

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