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Quel may be followed by  est-ce que  or inversion:  Quelle chemise est-ce que tu préfères?  (Which shirt do you prefer?)  Quelle chemise préfères-tu?  (Which shirt do you prefer?)  In colloquial French,  quel +  a noun may be placed at the end of the phrase to form the question:  Tu  préfères quelle chemise?  (Which shirt do you prefer?)  Quel  may also be preceded by a preposition:  De quelle chemise est-ce que tu parles?  (Which shirt are you talking about?)  De quelle chemise parles-tu?  (Which shirt are you talking about?)  Être  is the only verb that may separate  quel  from its noun:  Quel est ton nom?  (What's your name?)  Quelle est la date?  (What's the date?)  Interrogative adverbs The following interrogative adverbs can be used with 
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Unformatted text preview: est-ce que or inversion to ask questions. • comment (how?) • combien (how much/many?) • quand (when?) • où (where?) • d'où (from where?) • pourquoi (why?) In colloquial spoken French, they are often placed after the verb, as follows: • Tu t'appelles comment? (What's your name?) • Les invités arrivent quand? (When are the guests arriving?) With combien, comment, où, d'où , and quand (but not with pourquoi ), a question may be formed by inverting a noun subject with a verb that has no object: • Où habite cette famille? (Where does that family live?) • Combien coûte ce CD? (How much does this CD cost?)...
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