"Which one is your hat?"
Translation:Lequel est ton chapeau ?
They both have the same meaning (which one - singular) only laquelle is for when the subject is feminine and lequel for masculine subjects (such as chapeau or manteau). Lesquelles and lesquels are the plurals (which ones).
Still why "ton" instead of votre in ghis sentence. If i was speaking to a person with whom i am not familiar, could i say "lequel est votre chapeau?"
Oh, i see now that sentence using "votre" in lieu of "ton" i just asked about is acceptable. I got it wrong first for a different reason :/. But thanks Duo, i am learning
Because 'tu' is not the subject of the sentence. 'lequel/which one' is followed by 'est': 'Which one is...?'
Lequel est votre chapeau - to be right but haven't got yet: why is 'votre' not 'son'???