Learning Spanish? Perhaps you have been taught that qué means what and cuál means which. Yes, that’s right. It’s also wrong. That explains why you still have the two confused. No more. Here’s to simplicity on your language journey.
Now that you know the differences, try these examples. First try to do them without looking at the translation.
Answers: 1. cuál; 2. qué; 3. cuál; 4. qué; 5. cuál; 6. cuál; 7. qué; 8. qué; 9. qué; 10. qué
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