When you ask an object question, you know who the person is and would like to get some information about them.
- Where does Tom live?
- Where did he go to school?
- Who does he live with?
- Is he going to work here?
In the above questions, it was clear who we want the information about: it was Tom.
If you don’t know who has done something and would like to find out, you ask SUBJECT QUESTIONS
- Who lives here?
- Who went to this school?
- Who lives with Tom?
- Who’s going to work here?
In the above questions, we wanted to find out who the person (the subject) was.
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