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Interrogative pronouns

Interrogative pronouns are used in asking questions. These words in English are also known as wh-words because they include the same two letters –Wh. Interrogative pronouns are: what, when, where, who, whom, which, whose, why and how.
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Phrasal verbs/K-J

Phrasal verbs that start with J
Jerk around American English, informal. to cause difficulty for someone, especially by being dishonest or unfair with them:
Why are you jerking him around?Jog along British English, informal. to continue with little change:
The business is jogging along.

British and American English

British vs American English: Differences Illustrated

Phrasal verbs with Kick

Here is a list of phrasal verbs with Kick Kick around 1. Informal. to move from one place to another:
We decided to kick around Italy. 2. Informal. to discuss an idea or plan informally:
They met to kick the suggestion around. 3. Informal. to treat someone unkindly and unfairly:
He can't kick me around anymore.Kick against to react strongly against something that you dislike:
Students kicked against the establishment.

Phrasal verbs/I

Here is a list of phrasal verbs that start with I

Identify with 1. to feel that you understand the feeling and ideas of someone else:
I didn't identify with the characters in the story. 2. to equate something with something:
Some people identify material wealth with happiness. 3. to think that someone is involved or connected with something:
He has always been identified closely with the peace movement.

Vocabulary: Names

A name is a word or set of words that a person is known by.
"What's your name?" "My name is Hussain." Your last name, family name or surname is the part of your name that all the members of your family have. They come at the end of your full name.
His first name is Donald and his last name is Hill. Your first name  (also known as given name ) is the name that is given to you at birth. In writing, we use forename to refer to someone's first name.