Qual vs que
Both words seem to mean which and what, can please someone help me understand the difference between those two?
as relative pronoun, which, what and who are translated as "que". What = o que / o quê (at the end of a sentence) and which. Which = qual. It depends more on the usage than rules =/ Most of the time "what" is translated as "o que". But when you can replace "what" by "which" (what is her occupation? - as in "which one is her occupation?" (among many that we have) then use "qual"
Thanks, r_i_l_e_y! This video was actually very helpful. I'm assuming these situational uses of que and qual also apply in BP. Looking forward to seeing if I can start figuring this riddle out!
Thanks very much, both of you! So I guess it's also just a matter of practicing a lot... :)