What is an interrogative pronoun( IN BRIEF)

We use interrogative pronouns to ask questions. The interrogative pronoun represents the thing that we don't know (what we are asking the question about).

There are four main interrogative pronouns:who,whom,what,which

Notice that thepossessive pronounwhosecan also be an interrogative pronoun (an interrogative possessive pronoun).

subjectobjectpersonwhowhomthingwhatperson/thingwhichpersonwhose(possessive)
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We use interrogative pronouns to ask questions. The interrogative pronoun represents the thing that we don't know (what we are asking the question about).

There are four main interrogative pronouns:who,whom,what,which

Notice that thepossessive pronounwhosecan also be an interrogative pronoun (an interrogative possessive pronoun).

subjectobjectpersonwhowhomthingwhatperson/thingwhichpersonwhose(possessive)
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Introgative pronouns are used to ask question. For example, words like who, whom, whose,why, which. They are used when we need to ask a question.
For Example: 1} Who is your best friend?
                      2} Whose pen is this?
                      3} Why are you upset? 
                      4} Which is your book among these?
                      5} Whom are you finding?
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What are you looking for?