Interrogative Adjectives


Interrogative adjectives modify a noun or a noun phrase to show a question about the noun/noun phrase. The interrogative adjectives among others are what, which, and whose. They actually don’t stand on their own but stick to the words they modify. Pay attention to the following examples:

1. Which color do you prefer?
2. What subject do you like best?
3. Whose bag is on the table?

You see in the sentences above that which, what and whose don’t stand alone, they directly followed by the noun they modify. In sentence 1 which modify color; in sentence 2 what modifies subject and in sentence 3 whose modify bag.

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