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    Default interrogative pronoun.

    In the sentence Which sights would you like to see. Is sights a place or thing?

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    A sight as something you see is a thing and not a place.

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    Default Re: interrogative pronoun.

    Quote Originally Posted by vjmera
    In the sentence Which sights would you like to see. Is sights a place or thing?
    You could, for example, see the sights of London.
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