What is the difference between who and which one?
Who = it could be anyone. Which one = you see a few people but you don't know which one of those people happen to be eating fish
you give "who" as a translation possibility of Lequel , but don't accept it. Please explain why. It's all getting somewhat frustrating.
"Which one is eating fish" is incorrect English... it should be "Who is eating fish"...
Uh, no... for example if you're watching cats... "Which one is eating fish?"
Not if you're talking about animals.
Is there a phonetic difference between "Lesquels mangent...", "Lesquelles mangent..." and "Lequel mange..."?
The last one sounds different because the le prefix sounds different to les. The first two sound the same.
I got O.k " Which one eats fish ? "