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  1. When will we have the next lesson?
  2. What are you going to do at the weekend?
  3. What would you use a pair of scissors for?
  4. Why don't you like spinach?
  5. Which day of the week is your favourite?
  6. How can that be true?
  7. How many days are in the week?
  8. How much does it cost?
  9. Where is the book?
  10. Where are you going to?
  11. Where did she come from?
  12. Who is that man in the red raincoat?
  13. Whom do you want to see?
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  1. Hi, Slava.
    Let me mention some words about 'whom'.
    According to the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary (2000):
     is not used very often in spoken English. Who is usually used as the  object pronoun, especially in questions: Who did you invite to the  party?
    The use of whom as the pronoun after prepositions is very  formal: To whom should I address the letter? ♢ He asked me with whom I  had discussed it. In spoken English it is much more natural to use who  and put the preposition at the end of the sentence: Who should I  address the letter to? He asked me who I had discussed it with.

    But in formal writing 'whom' is preferable to 'who'.

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