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Examples of sentences with who

Who, means who or who , is a word used to ask questions in English related to people, even if they are doing something; to show someone who is being talked about or who is being talked about.

Who, is not only used to ask questions, but to write affirmative and negative sentences.

Prayers with who

In the following examples you will find cases where it is asked who it is; who is doing an activity and who did something.

To ask who or who it is

To formulate the question you have to be guided by this structure: who + verb to be + pronoun .

  1. Who are they? Who are they?
  2. Who is Felipe? Who is Philip?
  3. Who is in the pool? Who is in the pool?
  4. Who will give the mass? Who will give the mass?
  5. Who are in that corner? Who are in that corner?
  6. Who prepares the party? Who prepares the party?

To ask who or who are doing an activity

To write questions of this type, the sentence structure is: who + verb to be + verb / ing?

  1. Who is racing on the track? Who is running on the track?
  2. Who is trying to escape? Who is trying to escape?
  3. Who is washing the car ? Who is washing the car?
  4. Who is working the afternoon shift? Who is working in the afternoon shift?
  5. Who is a carpenter? Who is a carpenter?
  6. Who is the judge? Who is the judge?

To ask who or who carried out an activity

To write questions of this type, the sentence structure is: who + verb in the past + complement.

  1. Who took the balloons from the park? Who took the balloons from the park?
  2. Who discovered America? Who discovered America?
  3. Who were you on Halloween night? Who was there on Halloween night?
  4. Who had hamburger for dinner yesterday? Who had hamburger for dinner yesterday?
  5. Who were the winners? Who were the winners of the game?
  6. Who sang Christmas bonuses? Who sang Christmas greetings?

Affirmative sentences with who

Who, is not only for interrogative sentences, it is also used to affirm.

  1. He is the gentleman who took my hand. He is the gentleman who took my hand.
  2. She is the one that captivates my soul. She is the one who captivates my soul.

Negative sentences with who

  1. Those who did not bathe today are not going to the party. Those who did not bathe today are not going to the party.
  2. Who does not study does not know. He who does not study does not know.

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