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Relative and interrogative pronouns. 41

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Sixth Lesson.

Relative and Interrogative Pronouns.

§ 56. The simple Relatives are kih, ‘who’, for per-
sons (no plural), and chih, ‘Which’, for things. The very
same words are also used as Interrogatives, ‘Who?’
‘what?’ But when they are Relatives they cannot be governed
by the prepositiona by Wren, or by the postpom'tion 45,
though when they are Interrogatives they may. (In
the latter case the plural of hih is hiya‘n, ‘Who ‘1”) Hence

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