Unformatted text preview: . The date is June 5, 2002. Question 1 uses the word qué in front of es . It is asking for an explanation or definition of the word fecha . Answer 1 explains what fecha means. Question 2 uses the word cuál in front of es . It is asking for a specific answer, so Answer 2 provides a specific date. “What” rule 3 Cómo is often used as a response when one fails to hear a comment and would like it repeated. In English, when someone says something you don't hear, you say, “What?” If this happens in Spanish, the one-word response, ¿Cómo? is appropriate. That does not, however, mean that cómo can be used to mean “What?” in any other situation....
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- Fall '09
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