- What are the differences between these two sentence?
The question is about WHICH
v Which pen do you want?
v Which do you want?
Last edited by Tdol; 15-Sep-2012 at 21:24.
***** NOT A TEACHER *****
Dear Fellow Member Adeelalrooh:
If a teacher wants the grammatical difference, then maybe one could say:
In "Which pen do you want?," the word "which" is an adjective. (It modifies "pen.")
In "Which do you want?," the word "which" is a pronoun. (In this case, "which" is a short way to say "which pen.")
Your Fellow Member,