Form[edit | edit source]
|what||Common case||Refers to things (unlimited scope)|
|which||Common case||Refers to things (limited scope)|
|who||Common case/Subjective case||Refers to people, companies, organisations, etc.|
|whose||Genitive case||Refers to possessors|
Usage[edit | edit source]
Grammatically, they can be used:
- As relatives, to introduce relative clauses, e.g. I know which one you want.
- As interrogatives, in wh- clauses (wh- questions and wh- statements).
Syntactically, they can be used: