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Joining Two Sentences

Using and and but Use and to join similar ideas; use but to join contrasting ideas. The police arrived first. The ambulance came later. The police arrived first and the ambulance came later. Their front door was open. Nobody was...

Who, Which, What, Whose | Interrogative Pronouns

Interrogative pronouns are used for asking questions. Examples are: who, what, whose and which. Who are you? What are you doing there? Whose is this pen? Which is the road to the railway station? The interrogative pronoun who has different forms for different cases: who (subject...

Which vs. What

There is little difference of meaning between which and what. Which/what is the largest continent in the world? Which/what train did you come on? Which is preferred when the speaker has a limited number of choices in mind. We have...

Question Words

The words who, whom, whose, which, what, when, where, why and how are used in questions. They show what kind of information is wanted. Why are you crying? (asking for a reason) What do you want? (asking for a non-personal object) Who is...