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Are the sentences using the underlined word (pronoun and so on) as shown below correct?

Interrogative pronoun

The lady whom you saw just now is my teacher.

I consulted a doctor whom I met in Paris

I am not sure whom did he invite for the wedding

This is the girl who told me where to park my car.

Who owns that car?

Who is responsible for the accident?

indefinite pronoun

The kid was disappointed when there was nothing in the box.

I found nothing in the envelop

There is nothing in the postbox

Noun



Only after doing her revision was Sally allowed to watch the cartoon show.

He was doing his homework

I was doing nothing



Adjective



The floor looks clean because it has just been scrubbed

Those dangerous training programs should have been scrubbed

His reputation has been scrubbed clean

May I have some sugar in my coffee, please? Asked Jane.

John has some savings in his account

I dropped some coins while I was walking

Conjunction



We will visit Singapore and Indonesia during our next vacation.

John and Joe are going for a holiday to Genting highlands

I placed the cups and spoons together

That man is healthy because he takes healthy food daily.

I had to carry an umbrella because it was raining

The baby is crying because it is hungry
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Hi,

Yes, these words all are used correctly.

Clive
Interrogative pronoun



The lady whom you saw just now is my teacher.

I consulted a doctor whom I met in Paris

I am not sure whom did he invite for the wedding



This is the girl who told me where to park my car.

I agree that these are correct sentences, but, if it matters, I'm not sure they are examples of interrogative pronouns. I'm not an expert on grammar terminology, but perhaps they use relative pronouns?
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yes I agree its a relative pronoun because its not a question.
Is this correct?



Relative pronoun

This is the girl who told me where to park my car.

The candidate who wins the most vote will be elected as president

She knows who is responsible for the incident
Solomon_13000Is this correct?



Relative pronoun

This is the girl who told me where to park my car.

The candidate who wins the most vote will be elected as president

She knows who is responsible for the incident
You've used 'who' correctly.
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Solomon_13000Are the sentences using the underlined word (pronoun and so on) as shown below correct?

Interrogative pronoun/relative pronoun

The lady whom you saw just now is my teacher.

I consulted a doctor whom I met in Paris

I am not sure whom did he invited for the wedding

This is the girl who told me where to park my car.

Who owns that car?

Who is responsible for the accident?

indefinite pronoun

The kid was disappointed when there was nothing in the box.

I found nothing in the envelope

There is nothing in the postbox

Noun



Only after doing her revision was Sally allowed to watch the cartoon show.

He was doing his homework. (was doing = past continuous of the verb do)

I was doing nothing. (was doing = past continuous of the verb do)



Adjective



The floor looks clean because it has just been scrubbed (has been scrubbed = present perfect, passive voice of the verb scrub)


Those dangerous training programs should have been scrubbed. (verb)

His reputation has been scrubbed clean. (verb)
Hi Solomon

You are using the words well, but you often do not label them correctly.