Interrogative Adjectives examples:
Interrogative adjective examples are used with nouns to ask the question in a sentence. How, Why, Which, What, Whose, when used with nouns to ask questions, are called interrogative adjectives.
|In which class are you studying?
|Whose care is this?
|What are you thinking about that?
|Why the U.S has stopped the immigrant visa?
|What books are you buying today?
|Whose car did you use?
|Why students are gathered in the convocation hall?
|Which Scientist invented Bulb?
|Why did man cut the tree without prior approval?
Difference between Interrogative Adjective and Interrogative pronoun:
Both Interrogative Adjective and Interrogative pronouns are used for asking questions but there are some differences in them as:
In Interrogative pronoun used to ask questions, it does not modify nouns or pronouns it also stands alone.
Examples of Interrogative pronouns:
a) What are you doing?
b) Which is the best opportunity?
c) Who is the girl?
e) Whom do you know?
f) which is your pen?
g) Who is your friend?
i) Whom are you talking to?
Above sentences notice that after WH noun does not appear.
In Interrogative Adjectives appear before Noun.
Examples Interrogative Adjective
a) Whose bags are these?
b) Which books did you like?
c) What are the reason are you going to give for being absent?
d) Which pen is yours?
e) Who the girl is this?