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Unformatted text preview: J. Interrogative Words- Forms of the interrogatives: Quien? Quienes? – who? De quien (es)? – whose, of whom, about whom? A quiene(es)? – to whom? Con quien(es)? – with whom? Que? – what? Cual(es)? – what, which, which one(s)? Cuanto(a)? – how much? Cuantos(as)? – how many? Como? – how, what? Para que? – why (for what purpose)? Por que? – why (for what reason)? Donde? – where? Adonde? = to where? Cuando? – when Quien ha Ganado el premio Nobel? (Who has won the Nobel prize?) Que busca Ud.? (What are you looking for?) Cual es su religion? (What is your religion?) Cuanto dinero necesitas? (How much money do you need?) Por que va a casarse? (Why are you going to get married?) Adonde van ellos en el invierno? (Where are they going in the winter) - Que vs. Cual 1. Que (what) asks for a definition or explanation. It is also used to ask for a choice when the things Que (what) asks for a definition or explanation....
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This note was uploaded on 03/20/2008 for the course ROSP 203500 taught by Professor Perez during the Spring '08 term at Notre Dame.
- Spring '08