What are interrogative adjectives? They are: whose, what, which, where, why and how. They modify or qualify nouns and are used for interrogation.
Whose: indicates a possessive.
- Whose bag is that sitting in the corridor?
- I don’t know whose friend is sitting outside?
What: question word asking for general information
- What is your name?
- What school do you go to?
Which: used for specifying
- Which pen would you prefer, the blue or the red one?
- Which is the smallest country in the world?
- Which option works best for you?
Where: used to indicate a direction
- Where do you go to college?
- Where is James? I haven’t seen him all day.
- Where does Anne live?
Why: general question word that seeks an explanation
- Why don’t cats and dogs always get along?
- Why are you acting this way?
- Why is Peter coming so early?
How: seeks the manner as to how something was done.
- How does Maria know about the divorce?
- How does the political situation work in your country?
- How can we make sure this doesn’t happen again?
- Articles (a/an, the, zero article)
- Pronouns: subject, object and possessive
- Question tags
- English conditionals
- Interrogatives in English
- Phrasal verbs
- Prefixes and suffixes
- Reported and direct speech
- Numbers: cardinal, ordinal, and Roman numbers
- The verb: “get”
- ‘Get’ vs. ‘go’ and ‘got’ vs. ‘gotten’
- Copular verbs
- Cleft sentences
- Subjunctive in English
- Vulgar and taboo in English
- Split infinitive
- Emphasis with inversion
- Gerunds in English
- To + infinitive
- Bare infinitive
- British and American spelling