what is the difference between relative and intterogativ pronoun ?
- A Relative Pronoun points or refers to the noun going before it.
- 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'.
- Interrogative pronouns are used for asking questions. The pronouns 'who', 'what' and 'which' are interrogative pronouns. Example:
- Who called you ?
- What did you say?
- Which is your car?