Difference between Relative pronoun and Interrogative pronoun with 2 examples each.

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Interrogative pronouns are used in asking questions. The pronouns whowhat and which are used as interrogative pronouns.  
e.g. Who  telephoned? 
 What  did you say? 
 Which  is your brother? 


A  Relative Pronoun   points or refers to the noun going before it, which is called its antecedent.

Example: I have bought the book  that  I wanted.

Here, the pronoun 'that' relates to the noun going before it i.e. to 'the book'

Other examples of relative pronouns are ' which', 'when', 'who' (whom, whose) and 'where'.

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