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¿Cuál de las palabras interrogativas mejor sirve aquí? (Which question words is best here?) ¿____________ vas? Answer Adónde Dónde Qué

MIT 21F Spanish I - IV (OCW)
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A. It may sound that A and B are correct, but B is considered a slang word of A. Adonde. Also, Que doesn't even make sense. That is how I know it is A..
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@Og well it is not letter c. b cant be it since it is not a proper word used in the spanish language. c in the other hand makes a lot more sense, it is proper to use and its the right way to use it :)

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