Spanish Questions

Find out all about asking Spanish questions in this series of lessons. Make sure you listen to the audio and practice your Spanish pronunciation. And do the Spanish tests at the end of each lesson to reinforce your knowledge of Spanish questions!

We'll give you a whole list of helpful interrogative words so you can start asking questions in Spanish. Note the upside-down question mark at the beginning of each question... can you write it?

What makes the question What? ¿qué? different from the question Which? ¿cuál? The two question words are used more interchangeably than you might think. Find out more about correctly using What? in Spanish.

This free audio lesson is all about how to say How long? in Spanish. Learn all about ¿Cuánto tiempo hace que…? and more.

Usually, ¿cuál? means Which? in Spanish. Basically, you should use ¿cuál? whenever there is a choice for the person who is going to answer. However, you cannot use ¿cuál? before a noun. You must use ¿qué? instead. Find out more about this here!

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