That question would need to be "¿Cuál es tu pregunta?"
"¿Qué es..?" is used when asking for definitions: "¿Qué es una pregunta?" - "What is a question?"
"¿Cuál es..?" asks for an answer.
Really? Never heard of that before, I always in every single occasion hear the "¿cual es tu pregunta?"
i think it would be "you question?" but if it were "tienes preguntes," that would be "you have questions?"
No, their sentence is pretty good, save for using que. "Tu pregunta" means "your question", so the complete sentence of "¿Cuál es tu pregunta?" is "What is your question?"
"Tú" (with an accent) means you. "Tu" (without an accent) means your. So "tu pregunta" means "your question".
Could "tengo una pregunta" be correct as well? Since "Yo necesito" could mean "I I need" in certain dialects, wouldn't "yo tengo" possibly mean "I I have" in those same dialects?
It doesn't depend on the dialect. Spanish is a subject-drop language, which means that personal subject pronouns can be left out without impacting the meaning of the sentence. Both "necesito" and "yo necesito" translate to "I need" in English.
"Tengo una pregunta" is very fine here as well.
This is how I originally learned "I have a question", but earlier in the lessons ir said "Yo tengo un pregunta" and there was much discussion about some words ending in -ma that were masculine. Which is officially correct? Any one see that other conversation?
The other sentence you're referring to was most likely "Yo tengo un problema." Problema is masculine, pregunta is feminine.
Yes, I saw it and I have the same question. I am sure Duolingo corrected me for saying una pregunta in an earlier question, and I looked into it because I was confused. The discussion said pregunta was masculine. So now I'm really confused.
You're probably mixing up problema and pregunta here. Pregunta is a feminine noun, and problema is masculine.
Tengo means "I have" and "yo tengo" means "I have" as well. Adding the yo is optional.
I used talk to text. It said i got the question wrong. But the talk to text understood me. I can't use talk to text?
I have a question why does doulingo say they have a question if we are the students and they are the teachers.
A pregunta is a standard "question", asked for gathering some information. A cuestión is asked for clearing some doubt or getting confirmation. It's related to the English "to question something".
Is "pregunta" a masculine or feminine word because aren't you supposed to say "el pregunta"?
Pregunta is a feminine noun so you would say "la pregunta." Most Spanish words that end in -a are feminine
Should I be pronouncing "yo" as a y sound or a j? It sounds like a j in sentences, but if I hover over yo it sounds like a y sound?
Most of the Spanish-speaking world pronounces the letter 'y' like in English (as in "yes"), so you'd be fine with that. But it's really just up to your gusto, you'll be understood anyway.
Where would para translate as "have"? Para is a preposition which is usually translated as "for" or "to".
i remember that this is feminine because i think of pregnant and only women get pregnant
duolingo should be better at detecting little spelling mistakes. so annoying.
both words kinda stand alone, if repeated, it may translate to, "i i have a a question" which is redundant