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- We can use which and what before nouns to ask questions about people or things
- Which teacher do you like best?
- Which colour do you want – green, red, yellow or brown?
- What writers do you like?
- What colour are your girl-friend’s eyes
- We usually prefer which when we are choosing between a small number, and what when we are choosing between a large number.
- Before another determiner (for example the, my, these) or a pronoun, we use which of
- Which of your teacher do you like best?
- Which of them do you want
- We can use which, what and who as pronous, without nouns. We use who, not which for people
- Who won- Smith or Fitzgibbon
- Which would you prefer – wine or beer?
- What would you like to eat?
- We usually use who , not whom , as an object
- Who do you like best – your father or your mother?
- Whom do you like best…? (is very formal)