interrogative pronoun

An interrogative pronoun asks a question.  They are exactly the same words as a relative pronoun but relative pronouns do not ask a question.

Who is the teacher?

What is for supper?

Note: the following sentence has a relative pronoun, not an interrogative pronun.

I love books which speak well of liberty.

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Greek:
In Greek, the interrogative pronoun is exactly like the indefinite pronoun except the interrogative pronoun always has an accent on the first syllable.

Interrogative Pronoun, τίς, τί, who, what?

Paradigm:
Singular Plural
Masculine Feminine Neuter Masculine Feminine Neuter
Nominative τίς τί τίνες τίνα
Genitive τίνος τίνων
Dative τίνι τίσι(ν)
Accusative τίνα τί τίνας τίνα

 

Hebrew:

See the presentation here and the video here.

 

 

 

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