Interrogative Adjectives

What Are Interrogative Adjectives? (with Examples)

The interrogative adjectives are whose, what, and which.

Interrogative adjectives modify nouns and are used in interrogative sentences (i.e., questions).

Examples of Interrogative Adjectives

Here are some examples of interrogative adjectives (shaded): The difference between what and which as interrogative adjectives is very subtle. This is not a definitive distinction, and most of the time you can use which. Also, which is considered more formal. If you're unsure, use which.

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What are interrogative pronouns? What is an interrogative sentence? What are adjectives? Compound adjectives Demonstrative adjectives Enumeration of adjectives Indefinite adjectives Predicate adjectives Participles Possessive adjectives