Examples of interrogative pronouns – Whose?
Whose beer is this?
Whose desk is this?
Whose ideas are better?
Whose is this book?
Two constructions are also possible here: proposition + whose and whose…proposition.
The proposition stands at the end of the sentence unless there is and adverbial requiring the final position, in which case the preposition precedes it.
Examples of Interrogative Pronouns – Whose
|preposition + whose||whose … proposition|
|Of whose song are you thinking?||Whose song are you thinking of?|
|To whose novel were you referring this morning ?||Whose novel were you referring to this morning?|
|Tho whose company has he sent the resume ?||Whose company has he send the resume to?|
|With whose band did David play the last concert ?||Whose band did David play with the last concert?|