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Practice Using “What” and “Which” | Basic Level

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  • Instructions
  • Based on this lesson, complete each blank in the sentences below using what or which.

    When you finish each item, click “Answer.”

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1. of these shirts do you like best? The green one or the blue one?

Which of these shirts do you like best? The green one or the blue one?

2. kind of vegetables are in this soup?

What kind of vegetables are in this soup?

3. of your teachers are you fond of? — I like both of them.

Which of your teachers are you fond of? ...

4. color is your house?

What color is your house?

Note. The choices are not limited to some colors. It can be any color that exists.

5. wallet is John’s? This one or that one on the table?

Which is John’s wallet? ...

6. (In a parking garage):  is your car? — It’s that blue one over there.

Which is your car? ...

Which one is your car? ...

7. are you watching? — A movie.

What are you watching? ...

8. kind of ice cream do you like? —I like all kinds of ice cream!

What kind of ice cream do you like? ...

9. airline do you use, American Airlines or Southwest?

Which airline do you use, American Airlines or Southwest?

10. concert are you going to tomorrow?

What concert are you going to tomorrow?

11. train are you taking to go to New York?

Which train are you taking to go to New York?

Note. In this question, you use “which” because you understand that there are a few trains to New York, so there is a choice.

12. is the capital of Brazil? — Brasilia.

What is the capital of Brazil? ...

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