Interrogative Pronoun | Definition, Example & Use in Sentences

Interrogative Pronoun : Pronouns which are for asking questions are called Interrogative Pronoun.
Who is there ?
Who are you ?
About whom are you talking?
Who are you talking about?
Whom do you want HWho do you want?
Whose is this book ?
Which is the house ?
Which do you prefer, tea or coffee ?
What is the matter ?
What do you want ?

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Relative Pronoun | Definition, Example & Use in Sentences

Relative Pronoun : A pronoun when connect two statements it’s called relative pronoun. We may call it conjunctive pronoun however it’s called relative pronoun as it refers or relates to some noun going before which is called Antecedent.
Look at the examples below:
I met Harry. Harry just had return.
I have found pen. I lost the bell
Here is the book. You lend me the book.
Let’s combine the above written sentences:
-I met Harry who had just returned.
-I have found pen which I lost.
-Here is the book that you lent me.

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Indefinite Pronouns | Definition, Example & Use in Sentences

Indefinite Pronouns : Pronouns when refer to persons or things in a general way but in particular. then it is called Indefinite Pronouns. Look at the examples given below:

None of his poems are well known.
Some are born great.
Nobody was there to rescue the puppy.
Do good to others.
I will take you there one day.
Anybody can do it if they try.

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Demonstrative Pronouns | Definition, Example & Use in Sentences

Demonstrative Pronouns : Pronouns when used to point out the objects to which they refer to, its called Demonstrative Pronouns. For example-

These books are mine.
What was that voice?
The climate of Agra is like that of Delhi.
This is a present from my uncle.
Bihar mangoes are better than those of Bangalore.
I may have offended, but such was not my intention.
He was the representative of the King, and as such they honored him.
That is the Red Fort.

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