Examples of interrogative pronouns

30 Examples of interrogative pronouns in sentences.

Pronouns are one of the parts of speech, and what is an interrogative pronoun? These pronouns(who, whom, what, which, and whose) are the WH pronouns that are used as special questions. In this article, I have brought 30 examples of interrogative pronouns within the sentences.

  • Who was he?
  • Who are you?
  • To whom was he talking?
  • Who could find the questions?
  • Whom had she met?
  • With whom have they discussed this?
  • Whose are these books?
  • Which are the genius men?
  • Whom did you meet?
  • Whose were those papers?
  • Whom could we call at the party?
  • Whose was this car?
  • What are they searching for?
  • What were you thinking about?
  • What is today’s meal?
  • I don’t know with whom he shared the money.
  • Whomever, I talked to disappointed me.
  • Which is your car?
  • Which is their luggage?
  • To which level you reached this game?
  • Who could win the game?
  • Which is the best choice for you?
  • Which are the popular cars?
  • Whose was that file?
  • Who had plugged the powers?
  • Who can find the key?
  • Whom have I seen in the park?
  • Which are the best players?
  • Who could solve the question?
  • Whoever comes first wins the trophy?

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