"Which of these strawberries are red?"
Translation:Lesquelles de ces fraises sont rouges ?
If Duo tells me in the Tips & notes section that Quel (and quels/quelle/quelles) means "which" and Lequel (and lesquels/laquelle/lesquelles) means "which one/s"....
How in the world am I supposed to know when to use them? Especially in this sentence? It's so frustrating to randomly guess and not have any logic behind my choices!
Sorry for being picky, but shouldn't it be "Which of these strawberries IS red"?
I believe if "which" is followed by "of," you default to "which one" and follow if the subject is plural/singular, masculine/feminine.
Which (plural) strawberries are red? = Quelles fraises sont rouges?
Which (plural) OF these strawberries ARE red? = Lesquelles de ces fraises sont rouges?
Which (singular) OF these strawberries IS red? = Laquelle de ces fraises est rouge?