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Q: the class of pronouns used to ask questions
A: Interrogative pronouns are used to ask questions.
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The 4-H Club is looking for students who are loyal and industrious.
Subordinate clause: who are loyal and industrious; used as an adjective.
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What books tell us should encourage us to learn more.
Noun clause: What books tell us;
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