No. "Would like" is the conditional tense. The Spanish is present tense, not conditional. See this: http://spanish.about.com/od/verbtenses/a/verbtenses.htm
Why not "Cuál" rather than "Qué" since it is asking for a specific answer rather than a definition. "https://learnenglishspanishonline.webs.com/apps/forums/topics/show/8188118-qu-vs-cu-l-"
You should read the whole article. The second paragraph is the important one here:
Use qué before verbs to ask what someone 'does' or 'is doing' etc:
The "specific answer/definition" distinction is really only made if the verb is ser. If any other verb directly follows cuál or qué, it's pretty straightforward: cuál means "which one", and qué means "what".
That was exactly what I wrote! Second time only this night! I lost 81 days strike because the Duo got stuck one day. I did not worry that day, because I always have streak freeze. But it did not work either! Extremely frustrating when only I know that I should have celebrated half a year some days ago
Trying maintain a streak only results in stress with no real pay off, just the opposite of what you should be feeling working on the lessons. So, congratulations for your loss.
Duolingo pushes us into maintaining a large streak to encourage activity in the program, without having given the matter an real depth of thought. There are times when you should take breaks. Then when you come back you can understand better what you know and what you need to give more attention to.
Although it may have come from the days of the scripts, perhaps in Egypt while they drew their pens behind them on parchment as they recorded the drawing of the stones from the quarry as they built the mighty pyramids at Giza.
Ah, the crowds they draw now... Sometimes you have to have some imagination if you are interested in etymology! Oh!, or when they drew their whips upon the strong backs of the truly mighty slaves. -10-Q, 10-Q.
I don’t see what the problem is. Dibujar means to draw or sketch. English has this issue. Horse drawn carts, for e.g., to draw water from a well. Languages often have the same word which have different meanings. Often they are derived from a different source word, but language evolves.