An interrogative adjective is a word of wh-type question which is used to interrogate anything in a sentence. It is a word that transforms a noun simply by asking a question. They are also called Interrogative determiners as it is used to determine a sentence to ask a question or interrogate.
The sentences where interrogative adjectives are used to get converted into interrogative sentences respectively.
- Where, what, which, whose, how, and why are the interrogative adjectives used with nouns or noun sentences in a sentence and modifies to ask a question.
Note: If there is an absence of a noun or a pronoun in a sentence after an interrogative adjective, then that interrogative word is not considered the interrogative adjective.
Examples of Interrogative Adjectives
- Which bag is yours?
- What movie are you watching in the theatre?
- What is James looking for?
- How could he do this to me?
- Whose book is this?
- Where have they gone so early?
- What kind of story do you have for the act?
- What location is chosen for the shoot?
- Which lecturer is going to conduct after me?
- What sort of cookies should we bake?
- When he chokes a smurf, what color does it turn?
- Will you please tell me which place is good for a family picnic?
- What nonsense is this?
- Whose pen is this? I’ve found it next to the door.
- They are asking some questions like what program are you planning for the next month?
- How long will the scene be shooted in the movie?
- Which fruit tree is older?
- Whose car is going for the tour?
- Someone asked me where have they been.
- What disease did cured James actually have?
List of Interrogative Adjectives
- Comparative adjectives
- Superlative adjectives
- Possessive adjectives
- Demonstrative adjectives
- Proper adjectives
- Descriptive adjectives
- Distributive adjectives
- Quantitative Adjective
- Numeral Adjective
- Positive Adjectives