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"What" and "who" are examples of _______ pronouns. A. personal B. interrogative C. indefinite D. relative
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User: "What" and "who" are examples of _______ pronouns. A. personal B. interrogative C. indefinite D. relative

Weegy: This is the day I've been waiting for. this is a demonstrative pronoun
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"What" and "who" are examples of interrogative pronouns.
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