I am teaching interrogative pronouns and "when" is not included in the list. What part of speech is it and why isn't it an interrogative pronoun?
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It's an interrogative adverb, as are "why,"where," and "how." The interrogative pronouns are "who," "whose," "whom" (if anyone even uses that one anymore), and "which."
Hey I still use whom . . . :)
Like, like! It's a good word. I've sort of given up on it though. I don't think it's coming back in a big way anytime soon. Though it does linger. :)