Qué vs Cuál - When to Use "What" and “Which” in Spanish (2022)

Spanish question words such as quién, cuándo, and dónde translate simply and smoothly between English and Spanish, not so for qué vs cuál.

Understandably, qué and cuálare challenging because their English equivalents ‘what’ and ‘which’ aren’t straightforward either.

Should you ask:

What book are you reading?

Or,

Which book are you reading?

Just like English, Spanish switches between these two questions words in not so obvious ways.

In this post, you’ll learn everything you need to know about qué vscuál including howto ask questions about options and how to ask questions about definitions.

An overview of qué vs cuál

If you want to learn how to use qué and cuál properly in Spanish, you first need to stop thinking of these two Spanish questions words as the translation of ‘what?’ and ‘which?’.

You’ll likely end up going around in circles if you try to directly translate these English question words. And, you may even spend unnecessary time thinking about the correct use of ‘what?’ and ‘which?’ in English.

Instead, you’ll be much better off if you think of qué and cuál in phrase combinations with either a verb, noun, or preposition.

What this means is you now have more things memorise. But, the good news is there are only 6 phrases you need to know.

Moreover, any question that you could possibly want to ask in Spanish based around options or definitions could fit into one of these 6 question phrases.

The 6 phrases are:

¿Qué es…?
¿Cuál es…?
¿Cuál de…?
¿Qué (sustantivo)…?
¿Qué (verbo)…?
¿Cuál (verbo)…?

In the last few examples, ‘(verbo)’ represents a conjugated verb, and ‘(sustantivo)’ represents any Spanish noun you may want to use in your question.

Now, instead of translating ‘what?’ and ‘which?’, you simply need to choose between one of the above question phrases.

Note we see students in ourSpanish classes making the most mistakes with the second and fourth constructions (I’ll explain why in the relevant sections below).

(Video) QUÉ vs CUÁL - When to Use “What” and “Which”

Let’s look at each question phrase in more detail.

Question phrase 1 – ¿Qué es…?

The first thing you should ask yourself: are you looking for the definition of a word or phrase?

If you are, you’ll need this first question phrase.

Think of¿Qué es…? as asking “What is the definition of…?”.

For example:

English: What is (the definition of) a country?
Espanõl: ¿Qué es un país?

English: What is (the definition of) a family name?
Español: ¿Qué es un apellido?

English: What is (the definition of) a sentence?
Español: ¿Qué es una oración?

If you think the answer to your question would be in a dictionary then start your question with¿Qué es…?.

Question phrase 2 – ¿Cuál es…?

If your question isn’t related to the definition of an idea or concept but instead could have a variety of answers, you may need this second question phrase.

In fact, ¿Cuál es…? should be one of your go-to questions for asking about anything where more than one answer is possible.

Furthermore, you still need this construction even when it feels like there is only one answer such as asking someone’s name.

For example, this is not correct:

English: What is your name?
Español: ¿Qué es tu nombre?⊗

If you want to ask someone’s name using a construction where you need to decide betweenqué vscuál, you must use cuál.

English: What is your name?
Español: ¿Cuál es tu nombre?

Of course, you can also ask someone’s name using a reflexive verb in combination with cómo.

As I mentioned earlier, we see a lot of Spanish students making mistakes with this construction. This is because:

(Video) "What" & "Which" in Spanish: QUÉ or CUÁL?

  1. It is really tempting to translate “What is…?” to ¿Qué es…?.
  2. There are many questions in English that start with “What is…?” that you can answer with a number of possible options.

Here are some more examples:

English: What is your favorite color?
Español: ¿Cuál es tu color favorito?

English: What is the plan this weekend?
Español: ¿Cuál es el plan este fin de semana?

In addition to¿Cuál es…?, you can also ask about plural options using¿Cuáles son…?. For example,

English: Which are your shoes?
Español: ¿Cuáles son tus zapatos?

English: What are your favorite memories of the trip?
Español: ¿Cuáles son tus recuerdos favoritos del viaje?

Note in these last two examples we have a ‘what’ and a ‘which’ in English becoming cuáles in Spanish.

Question phrase 3 – ¿Cuál de…?

This third question phrase is a lot more obvious than the previous two and is much easier to translate between English and Spanish.

You use¿Cuál de…?when you want to ask “which of … (these options) …?”.

For example:

English: Which of your siblings is the tallest?
Español: ¿Cuál de tus hermanos es el más alto?

English: Which of these paintings do you prefer?
Español: ¿Cuál de estas pinturas prefieres?

English: Which of the cars is yours?
Español: ¿Cuál de los coches es el tuyo?

If you are expecting the question to have more than one answer, you can also use this structure with cuáles as follows:

English: Which of your friends know Spanish?
Español: ¿Cuáles de tus amigos saben español?

English: Which of your cousins went to your wedding?
Español: ¿Cuáles de tus primas fueron a tu boda?

Note that with these last two examples the conjugated verbs match cuáles in plural form (ellos / ellas).

Question phrase 4 – ¿Qué (sustantivo)…?

This fourth phrase is more troublesome than the rest.

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This is because we often ask questions like this in English:

Which book do you prefer?
Which option do you want?
Which restaurant has the best food?

All of these questions will use qué in Spanish the majority of the time.

The rule is: if you immediately follow a question word with a noun, the question word in Spanish should be qué.

This is why it is much better to think of¿Qué (sustantivo)…? than trying to directly translate ‘which?’.

The English questions above in Spanish are:

English: Which book do you prefer?
Español: ¿Qué libro prefieres?

English: Which option do you want?
Español: ¿Qué opción quieres?

English: Which restaurant has the best food?
Español: ¿Qué restaurante tiene la mejor comida?

We can also think of the common question, which translates more easily between English and Spanish:

English: What time is it?
Español: ¿Qué hora es?

Note that like a lot of the rules I write about on this website, this isn’t a 100% guarantee, exceptions are always possible especially with regional changes.

Question phrase 5 – ¿Qué (verbo)…?

You need this question phrase whenever you want to follow a question word by a conjugated verb and there isn’t a discrete set of choices in front of you.

If you want to ask about what happened, what someone wants, what someone does, or what someone wants to do, etc., you’ll need this phrase.

The choice between this phrase and the last phrase in Spanish is much closer to the consideration you have to make when deciding between ‘what’ and ‘which’ in English.

If there is a big range of options, go with¿Qué (verbo)…?.

For example:

English: What did you do on the weekend?
Español: ¿Qué hiciste el fin de semana?

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English: What do you want to do this afternoon?
Español: ¿Qué quieres hacer esta tarde?

English: What did you have for breakfast?
Español: ¿Qué has desayunado?

As you can see, the answers to these questions could range from a whole list of possible answers, none of which could be a discrete choice of 1, 2, or 3.

Question phrase 6 – ¿Cuál (verbo)…?

In contrast to the previous phrase, if you have a small set of things to choose from, and you know from context what you are choosing, then you will need this last phrase.

Context matters here! In other words, you can only use this question phrase if linked to a previous statement.

Going back to a previous phrase, imagine you have 3 books to offer someone, you could ask which book they want using question phrase 3 as follows:

English: Which of these three books do you want?
Español: ¿Cuál de estos tres libros quieres?

Or, you can use this last question phrase 6 by first stating something about the range of books, and then asking a question related to choice. For example:

English: I have three books. Which (one) do you want?
Español: Tengo tres libros. ¿Cuál quieres?

As you can see from this example the best translation of¿Cuál (verbo)…? is “which [one] (conjugated verb)…?”.

With this last phrase, try to always think “which one?”. For example, “which one do I want?”, “which one is best”, “which onesdo we need?”.

Here are some more Spanish examples:

English: There are two movies on at the cinema tonight. Which (one) would you prefer to watch?
Español: Hay dos películas en el cine esta noche. ¿Cuál prefieres ver?

English: I don’t know if I want to make vegetable soup or fish soup for dinner. Which (one) do you feel like?
Español: No sé si quiero hacer sopa de verduras o sopa de pescado para la cena. ¿Cuál te apetece?

English: We have four desserts left. Which (ones) haven’t you tried?
Español: Nos quedan cuatro postres. ¿Cuáles no has probado?

Your turn

The choice between ‘what’ and ‘which’ sometimes makes for a fun discussion in English. In contrast, the rules forquévscuál are more well-defined in Spanish by the above set of phrases.

It might take a little getting used to, but if you remember the phrases from this post, you will be able to avoid any mistakes with quévscuál.

I suggest you take one phrase from the post and use it as often as you can, then come back, choose another, and go again.

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FAQs

What's the difference between cuál and Qué? ›

Qué and cuál are two words that can be confusing to people learning Spanish, because they can be translated as the same word into English, namely, "what." It is sometimes said that qué is closer to "what" in meaning, and cuál is closer to "which." But that rule isn't always true.

How do you know when to use Que in Spanish? ›

If you're talking about cause or consequence, 'que' is used to connect two phrases and it translates to 'that', 'because' or 'so'. Some examples are: Lo quería tanto que mejor se lo presté. He wanted it so badly that I let him borrow it.

What does Por qué mean for why with what? ›

¿Por qué? means “why?” in Spanish. Porque means “because” or “so that” in Spanish. Por que means “for which” in Spanish. Porqué is a noun meaning “reason” in Spanish.

What is cuál? ›

Spanish question words such as quién, cuándo, and dónde translate simply and smoothly between English and Spanish, not so for qué vs cuál. Understandably, qué and cuál are challenging because their English equivalents 'what' and 'which' aren't straightforward either.

How do you Que in a question in Spanish? ›

Questions with "qué" in Spanish
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  2. Qué [ser] = what [to be] ¿Qué es la paella? What is paella? ¿Qué son los Sanfermines? ...
  3. Qué [nombre] = what/which [noun] ¿Qué música te gusta más? What/which music do you like the most? [

What do Quién mean? ›

The relative pronoun quien in Spanish means “who” or whom” and it refers only to people. It also has a plural form, so if the noun it refers to is singular you use quien—if it is plural, you use quienes.

Where do we use que? ›

use que when the word that follows is (or represents) a person or thing/s, such as Cécile, je, tu, il, etc. (as opposed to qui when the word that follows is a verb). In grammar jargon, que is an object pronoun - que replaces the object of the verb.

What does que without an accent mean? ›

(1) "Que" (without accent) is equivalent to "that".

What part of speech is que? ›

Que is a direct object pronoun, it replaces the object of the sentence.

Can Por que mean what? ›

Porqué with an accent marking the second syllable is a noun meaning “reason” or “motive.” Por que as two words, no accent markings, means “why” (e.g., ¿Por que estas triste? or Why are you sad?).

What is the meaning of POR in Spanish? ›

Por is “by” someone, para is “for” someone. Por refers to a person who did something – in plain English, something was done by someone.

What is the difference between Why and because in Spanish explain your answer? ›

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How do you say how old are you? ›

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What do we call no in Spanish? ›

Even if you are an absolute beginner, you already know the two most important words in Spanish. Let me break it down for you: Sí (Yes). No (No). Great job!

What pet do you want duolingo Spanish? ›

Should "¿Cuál mascota tienes?" be accepted? if you say quieres mascota it means do you want a pet, which is a yes/no question. que mascota tu quieres? is asking for what kind of pet do you want.

How do you ask a question with que? ›

French has three interrogative pronouns: qui, que, and lequel, which are used to ask questions.
...
When que is the object of the question, it can be followed by est-ce que or inversion.
  1. Qu'est-ce qu'il veut? / Que veut-il ? ...
  2. Qu'est-ce que tu penses de mon idée? / Que penses-tu de mon idée?
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Are el que and el cual interchangeable? ›

In English the most common relative pronouns are that, who, which, whom, and whoever. In Spanish there are 4 sets of relative pronouns that are somewhat interchangeable: que, quien, el que, and el cual.

How do you use cue in a sentence? ›

Cue sentence example
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  2. Then, as if on cue, the phone began to ring. ...
  3. Right on cue we gets this call to pull into a closed down rest area. ...
  4. Taking a cue from him, she asked Lori if she was hungry. ...
  5. As if on cue, the sound of a vehicle starting broke the silence.

How do you respond to de quien? ›

one can respond with an object pronoun, like “me”, “her”, “us”, etc. ¿Quién está aquí? One can say “Yo estoy aquí” in response.

What does De donde mean? ›

To say “I am from…” in Spanish you say soy de…. In this episode of Coffee Break Spanish To Go, Marina asks the question, ¿De dónde eres? (informal) or ¿De dónde es usted? (formal). You can use the answers of our interviewees to help you learn to say where you're from in Spanish.

Who knows in Spanish slang? ›

phrase
FromToVia
• who knows→ quién sabe↔ qui sait

What is Cómo estás? ›

¿Cómo estás? (How are you?)

What are Interrogatives? ›

interrogative. noun. Definition of interrogative (Entry 2 of 2) 1 : a word (such as who, what, which) or a particle (such as Latin -ne) used in asking questions. 2 : question sense 1a.

How do you use qui que and dont? ›

Just like qui and que, the relative pronoun dont is used to link two sentences that have a noun in common and to avoid repetition. It works a bit like que except it is used when verbs have the preposition de.

Where do u use OU and dont? ›

Dont suggests possession and it can refer to both persons or things. It never changes in form. Où indicates the place and time and can mean where, when, which or that, depending on how it is used.

What is the difference between a subject and object? ›

Subjects and objects have the opposite functions in a sentence. The subject is the 'doer' of the action. For example, take the sentence “We are watching Netflix.” Here, the subject is the pronoun 'we'. Objects are the opposite; instead of doing something (like watching Netflix), they are acted upon.

What is the difference between ESTA and está? ›

"está" is the 3rd. person, singular of the verb "estar". In English: "is". "esta" is a pronoun, it translates to "this".

Does Sí mean yes in Spanish? ›

Spanish "sí" with an accent

An adverb that expresses affirmation. This usage is usually translated as yes.

What is the difference between SE and Sé? ›

Se is a conjunction used in hypothetical clauses: Se fosse venuto ieri, mi avrebbe visto. Sé is the reflexive pronoun for the third-person singular: Pensa solo a sé.

How do you identify parts of speech in Spanish? ›

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  1. 1) Adjetivo | Adjective.
  2. 2) Adverbio | Adverb.
  3. 3) Artículo | Article.
  4. 4) Conjunción | Conjunction.
  5. 5) Sustantivo/Nombre | Noun.
  6. 6) Preposición | Preposition.
  7. 7) Pronombre | Pronoun.
  8. 8) Verbo | Verb.

What is tener que infinitive? ›

In Spanish, the verb, tener que, is the way to say that we need to or have to do something. When we use tener que, we need to change the verb, tener, so it agrees with the person or people that have to do something.

What does Porke mean? ›

, Porke definition, , Porke meaning | English dictionary

n. something excellent, impressive.

How do you pronounce ay in Spanish? ›

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What does WHY mean in Portuguese? ›

Por quê also means why, but you only use it when it comes at the end of a sentence. Or if it stands alone as a sentence you also use it. Porque simply means because. Porquê is more like a synonym of razão or motivo.

Is a Gift por or para? ›

Things can get a bit tricky if you talk about buying a gift for someone as a favor to someone else. Just remember: if you give something to someone, you will use para. If you do something for someone, you will use por.

Is employment a por or para? ›

Normally, trabajar para means 'to work for (as an employee)' and trabajar por means 'to work for (as a substitute)', as when a usual worker is sick. My por/para handout includes examples of both uses.

Do you use por or para for money? ›

3) If you're telling how much you've paid for something, use por. Actually, this applies to any exchange you make: Se lo vendí por 15 mil escudos.

What is the difference between because and why? ›

While the word “why” is used to ask a question, the word “because” is used to answer it. It is used to explain how and why a certain action is done. It is a conjunction as well as a preposition. As a conjunction, it is used to connect two words, two sentences, or two phrases together.

Does donde have accent? ›

What is this? As you may have noticed, in these previous examples, 'donde' doesn't have an accent. This is because we're not asking any questions, we're rather using 'donde' to refer to a place or location. However, every time you use interrogative sentences you do need to add an accent.

Are you single in Spanish to a boy? ›

— Are you single? (to a man) ¿Eres soltera? / ¿Estás soltera?

How do you say your age in a cool way? ›

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  2. Legal enough.
  3. I'm a million years old!
  4. I'm 13 months old.
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Is no bueno offensive? ›

No bueno in its simplest terms means bad. Below are a few synonyms for bad from Thesaurus, alongside their definitions from Oxford Languages. Crummy – Informal, meaning dirty, poor quality, or unpleasant. Lousy – Meaning gross, poor, or bad.

How do you say no thank you in Mexico? ›

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How do you politely say no in Spanish? ›

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How much time should I spend on Duolingo a day? ›

You don't need to spend hours on Duolingo each day. However, you must put a reasonable amount of time into learning. If you log in to complete one lesson and sign out as soon as you've reached 10XP, you won't get very far. To optimize your learning, aim to spend between 15 and 30 minutes on the app each day.

What happens if you miss a day on Duolingo? ›

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Which is better for Spanish Duolingo or Babbel? ›

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What is the difference between que and quoi? ›

Quoi means "what." Que is like "that." For example, J'espére QUE tu n'es pas trop fatigué. (I hope THAT you're not too tired) or Il m'a dit QUE je suis marrant (He told me THAT I'm hilarious) Que always follows a noun otherwise you use qui. Qui is followed by a verb. Il y a une fille qui mange.

How do you use quoi and Quoi? ›

you start a question with "qu'est-ce que"; in order words, "qu'est-ce que" only appears at the start of a question. However, you end a question with "quoi"; in order words, "quoi" only appears at appears at the end of a question. Qu'est-ce que tu fais?

What is the rule for answering a question that begins with que? ›

To ask a question starting with what, the more formal way is to use que followed by the inverted form of the statement (verb first). Note that que becomes qu' when followed by a vowel.

How do you know when to use Que in Spanish? ›

In Spanish grammar, the word que is a relative pronoun.
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When it comes to knowing when to use que, consider the following:
  1. Does it have an accent mark?
  2. Does it have question marks?
  3. Is it followed by an adjective?
  4. Does it have a verb before it?
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What are 3 examples of relative pronouns? ›

Examples of relative pronouns include who, whom, whose, where, when, why, that, which and how. Here are some examples of how relative pronouns can be used in sentences. Sheela, who is a teacher, also works as a social worker. The car that was stolen last month was found in a river.

How do you use direct object pronouns in Spanish sentences? ›

Spanish direct object pronouns are used to replace a noun in a sentence, so it's not repeated more than once. Spanish nouns that can be replaced by direct object pronouns can be either a person, place, or thing—as long as it is the subject that's receiving the action of the verb being used.

Which is correct que or queue? ›

Que vs Queue

The word queue originates from the Old French word cue, coe or queue, translating as “tail”. It's easy to see how we reached the phrase “queueing in line” then, although “queueing in tail” would admittedly have been more fun. Qué, however, is the Spanish word for “what”.

What is cue words example? ›

Examples of cue phrases include now, well, so, and, but, then, after all, furthermore, however, in consequence, as a matter of fact, in fact, actually, okay, alright, for example, and incidentally.

What do we call no in Spanish? ›

Even if you are an absolute beginner, you already know the two most important words in Spanish. Let me break it down for you: Sí (Yes). No (No). Great job!

What is the difference between por and para? ›

Por is for reason, para is for purpose

Use por to talk about the reason for doing something. In this scenario, you'd translate it as “because of”.

What is free in Portuguese? ›

é grátis!”

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What pet do you want duolingo Spanish? ›

Should "¿Cuál mascota tienes?" be accepted? if you say quieres mascota it means do you want a pet, which is a yes/no question. que mascota tu quieres? is asking for what kind of pet do you want.

Is no bueno offensive? ›

No bueno in its simplest terms means bad. Below are a few synonyms for bad from Thesaurus, alongside their definitions from Oxford Languages. Crummy – Informal, meaning dirty, poor quality, or unpleasant. Lousy – Meaning gross, poor, or bad.

How do you say no thank you in Mexico? ›

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How do you politely say no in Spanish? ›

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How do you remember por and para rules? ›

In Spanish, por and para can be used to describe travel or motion. A simple rule to remember when to use the two prepositions is that por refers to travel/motion through a place or location while para refers to the destination of a journey. Salimos por la puerta. We left through the door.

What is the difference between Yo soy and yo estoy? ›

Being a student is something that will stay true throughout the day, so we use soy. On the other hand, we use estoy when we are talking about states or variable things, like the weather or somebody's mood or location. For example, I could say “estoy harto” meaning "I am fed up."

Is a Gift por or para? ›

Things can get a bit tricky if you talk about buying a gift for someone as a favor to someone else. Just remember: if you give something to someone, you will use para. If you do something for someone, you will use por.

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