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The sacred 6ws. By miss farah farhana. Before we start…. WHERE asks about place. “Where did Jimmy put the book?” W HY asks about reason . “Why did you even come here?” WHEN asks about any time expressions (yesterday, seven-thirty, last night, in 1992, Monday morning)

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the sacred 6ws

The sacred 6ws

By miss farahfarhana

before we start
Before we start…
  • WHERE asks about place.
  • “Where did Jimmy put the book?”
  • WHY asks about reason.
  • “Why did you even come here?”
  • WHEN asks about any time expressions (yesterday, seven-thirty, last night, in 1992, Monday morning)
  • “When are you going to buy that dress?”
slide3
WHO
  • It is a pronoun
  • WHO is used as the subject (S) of a question.
  • “Who took the last piece of candy?”

(S)

  • “Ariana took the last piece of candy.”
slide4
WHOM
  • It is a pronoun
  • WHOM is used as object (O) in a question.

(O)

  • “Whom did you see frolicking in the meadows again?”

(S) (O)

  • “I saw Akmal frolicking in the meadows again.”
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WHAT
  • WHAT can be used as either the subject or object in a question.
  • Examples;

(S) (S)

  • “What happened?” “Something happened.”

(O) (S) (O)

  • “What did you see?” “I saw something.”
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