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Interrogative Pronouns

Interrogatives ask questions.

Male and female, singular and plural.

Nominative:
wha?
who?
Objective:
wha?
whom?
Possessive:
whase?
whose?

Wha's that?
Who is that?
Wha did ye see?
Whom did you see?
 
Wha belangs this hoose?
To whom does this house belong?
Wha's aucht the televeesion?
Whose is the television?
Whase shuin's thae?
Whose are those shoes?
Whit's Yer Hurry, GirvanGirvan, South Ayrshire

The Neuter in plural and singular nominative and objective is whit. Whilk, which corresponds to Standard English 'which', is obsolete in speech, and whit may be used in its place.

Whit dae ye want tae yer tea?
What would you like for your dinner?
Whilk gate dae A tak til the bus stance?
Whit gate dae A tak til the bus stance?
Which road do I take to the bus stop?
Whit haund will ye tak?
Which hand will you take?
Whit dug haes the langest lugs?
Which dog has the longest ears?

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