WHICH and WHAT

schlechte horror spiele den der ler sidst ler bedst “Which” can be used when trying to designate one among many choices or options.

  • There are three students there. ruby laser autonivel there Which is best?
  • They gave five different answers. Which is right?

 

We can use “which” with the word “one” as well:

  • I have two hamburgers. Which one do you want?
  • There are a lot of socks here. Which ones are yours?

 

“Which” can be followed by a noun:

  • Which car is yours? The red one or the blue one?

 

“Which (one/ones) of” can be used with a noun:

  • Which of the students is coming?
  • Which one of these books is good?

 

“What” can be used even when the choices are not limited:

  • What is your answer?
  • What do you want to eat?

 

“What” can be followed by a noun, but not words such as “one.”

  • What singers are popular nowadays?
  • What countries have you visited so far?