Today we are learning about Wh-words.

What are wh-words?
English words used to introduce questions and relative clauses. The main wh-words are whywhowhichwhatwherewhen, and how.

  • How much milk is there in the bottle?
  • Which of the girls is the tallest, Sonal or Swati?
  • Who, do you think, is the best cricketer now?
  • How many of you work for cleanliness everyday?
  • How beautiful this place is!(exclamatory)?
  • How much milk is there in the cup?
  • Which of these books is your favourite one?
  • Which is your pen, red or blue?
  • Where do you live in London?
  • How much sugar is there in the bowl?
  • How is your father? Has he recovered fully?
  • Who will you meet if the Boss is not available?
  • How often do you visit the library in a week?
  • How much money do you spend on books?
  • Which of you have never visited The Fun World?
  • How long will it take to reach the project site?
  • How much did you pay for your new car?
  • Whosoever gets the medal will be felicitated by the minister.(Noun Clause)
  • How long did you stay in Paris?
  • How far is Mumbai to New Delhi?
  • You are the man whom our professor respects the most.
  • He was about to address the man who was standing beside him.
  • I know the man who has worn a red shirt.
  • Akbar who was with Tansen was dressed not as an emperor.
  • This is the garden where the finest roses grow.
  • The lawyer whom I consulted gave me some useful advice.
  • Go back whence you came.(whence=from where)
  • Do you know under whose leadership we won freedom?
  • Make hay while the sun shines.(proverb)
  • This is a fine opportunity which should not be lost.
  • How much water is left in the tank?
  • Since how long have you been waiting for her?
  • While doing exercise, she is expected to be vigorous.(preposition)
  • Who, do you think, will get the first prize?
  • How many tests did the king set for the princes?
  • Dry cleaning is the process by which clothes are cleaned in liquids other than water. (adjective clause)
  • Spring is the season when nature is the most beautiful.(adj.clause)
  • I do not know how he managed to get through.(noun clause)
  • Whatever you told me about her has to be true.(noun clause)
  • It was late night when Satish returned home.(adj.clause)
  • You are the man whom our professor respects the most.
  • He was about to address the man who was standing beside him.
  • I know the man who has worn a red shirt.
  • Akbar who was with Tansen was dressed not as an emperor.
  • This is the garden where the finest roses grow.
  • The lawyer whom I consulted gave me some useful advice.
  • Go back whence you came.
  • Do you know under whose leadership we won freedom?
  • This is a fine opportunity, which should not be lost.
  • Make hay while the sun shines.
  • This is a fine opportunity, which should not be lost.
  • The boy whom you gave a prize yesterday was my brother.
  • I don’t know when he comes.
  • I want those colours which you have shown me before.
  • John is the person to whom Tom has lent money.
  • The woman to whom I sold my house was a criminal.
  • Vadodara which I visited last year is a nice city.
  • The boy whom you punished was weeping a lot.
  • Shri Vijaybhai Rupani is the CM of Gujarat whose government is in power.
  • The author whose book is being released is my friend.
  • While Rajesh was playing chess, Mitesh came.
  • What a beautiful picture it is!(Exclamatory)
  •  What a nice gift!
  •  What a pity!
  • What an interesting story this is!
  • What a memorable match it was!
  • What hard working people they are!
  • How hard that paper was!
  • How gracefully she walks!
  • How sweetly she talks!

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