INTERROGATIVE ADVERB

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Examples of Interrogative Adverbs

An INTERROGATIVE ADVERB is an adverb that asks a question about place, time, manner, or reason. For example:

  • Where do you live?

In English interrogative adverbs are placed at the beginning of a question. The most common interrogative adverbs are where, when, how, and why. They may feature in interrogative sentences as follows:

  • Where have you been?
  • When are you moving?
  • How have you been?
  • Why are you moving?
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