Learn how to say which/what in Spanish
The words cuál and cuáles are used to express which/which one/s in both direct and indirect interrogative sentences in Spanish.
Have a look at these direct questions:
See how in the examples above there are two forms:
- cuál for singular nouns
- cuáles for plural nouns
There is no distinction between genders, just singular and plural.
Have a look at these indirect questions:
cuál and cuáles always have a written accent [´] and are not preceded by articles, as opposed to el cual/la cual/los cuales/las cuales which are relative pronouns. To learn about these see Que/ el cual/ la cual/ los cuales/ quien/ quienes = who, that, which (Spanish relative pronouns).
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