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an interrogative pronoun is use to begin a question. use
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What is your order?
Which is the correct answer?
Who is she?
Whose bag is it?
Where are you?
When is the last time we meet?
Why did you fail the exam?
How is the trip to the dentist
. a friend — whom we like and who likes
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family? or maybe family? cuz a friend you like that likes you to is kind of same as naturally friend
How to used who whose whom which that
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Who – refers to a person
ex. Who are you ?
Who is that girl ?
Whose – refers to a stuff/thing belonging to a person .
ex. Whose ballpen is this ?
Whose wallet is this ?
Which – What, of those mentioned or implied .
ex. Which one is bigger ?
Which one is better ?
Whom – What person or people; which person or people, as the object of a verb.
ex. Whom did you ask ?
To whom it may corncern.
That – an object/person that you are pointing to ; an object or person far from you .
ex. What is that ?
Is that Jenny ?
How do you know when to use "whom" and "who"?
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Whom should be used to refer to the object of a verb or preposition. When in doubt, try this simple trick: If you can replace the word with “he”’ or “’she,” use who. If you can replace it with “him” or “her,” use whom.
Who should be used to refer to the subject of a sentence.
Whom should be used to refer to the object of a verb or preposition.
7. When planning a public speaking event, consider thatis the
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is the message itself, and is the audience.
a. who, what, whom
c. who, whom, what
b. what, who, whom d. whom, who, what
by the adverbs
when to use who and whom?
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When you were pointing to someone but remember that it depends on the sentence you will use 🙂
who is communicating to whom about what how and why
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How did The communication begin?who do you think was very
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who do you think was very fast who started communicate?
whit whom and for whom?
Through Gestures and signs
Early humans could express thoughts and feelings by means of speech or by signs or gestures. They could signal with fire and smoke, drums, or whistles. These early methods of communication had two limitations. First, they were restricted as to the time in which communication could take place.
A friend whom we like and who likes us is
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A friend is someone whom we like and who likes us
how did the communication begin?who do you think was the
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By the sender’s idea
The sender’s ideas is the reason why communication begins. Ideas where ask and used to communicate with other by sharing there thought and the listener/s will be the receiver the one who receives the messages.