If you put Qué vs Cuál into a Spanish translator it will tell you that Qué means what and that Cuál means which.
But there’s a problem…
Qué can also mean which and cúal can also mean what.
If I ask you ¿Qué libro prefieres?”, that means “Which book do you prefer?”
Or if I ask you ¿Cuál es tu problema? – that means “What is your problem?”
So as you can see…
In those two examples, the word qué meant “which” and cuál meant “what.”
So what is the difference between the two?
And how can you know when to use one rather than the other?
Don’t worry because that’s what we will be talking about in today’s article and then we will have a little quiz for you to help you master this topic.
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