What's the difference between interrogative adjectives and interrogative pronouns?

Who, whom, who's, which and what.

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  • Lili
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    1 month ago
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    An interrogative adjective modifies a noun: whose book, which woman, what animal.

    An interrogative pronoun functions AS a noun; it doesn't modify one.

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  • Anonymous
    1 month ago

    interrogative pronouns > who, whom, what, which

    interrogative adjective > whose, what, which

    i.p. Who cares?

    i.p. To Whom It May Concern

    i.p. What is that?

    i.a. What child is this?

    i.p. Which do you like best?

    i.a. Which one do you like best?

    i.a. Whose backpack is this?

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  • 1 month ago

    The same

    as the difference

    between adjectives and pronouns.

    An adjective describes a noun or pronoun.

    A pronoun refers to a noun.

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