Which interrogative pronoun should replace the blank space in the following sentence?: ____ is going to take out the trash?

1 Answer

Answer:

The interrogative pronoun should be who.

Explanation:

The interrogative pronoun 'who' takes the place of a noun for a person. A person is going to take out the trash.
The pronoun 'who' is a subject pronoun functioning as the subject of the interrogative sentence.

The interrogative pronouns are: who, whom, which, whose, and what.
-- The pronoun 'who' takes the place of a noun for a person as a subject.
-- The pronoun 'whom' takes the place of a noun for a person as the object of a preposition.
-- The pronoun 'which' takes the place of a noun for one of two or more people or things.
-- The pronoun 'whose' takes the place of a noun for a person or a thing indicating ownership by a person.
-- The pronoun 'what' takes the place of a noun for a thing.

The antecedent of an interrogative pronoun is often the answer to the question.