Learn Spanish – Learn the difference between ¿Qué? and ¿Cuál? in Spanish. I will teach you when to use Qué and when to use Cuál. Very often "what" is equivalent to "qué" and "which" is equivalent to "cuál". But, this does not happen all the time. I will give you some tips and tricks to get these two words right. I will show you what you need to know in order to identify what makes them different and why. After watching this lesson, you will get Qué and Cuál correct in every context. So, let's start and learn mucho mucho mucho español conmigo, Juana la cubAna.
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