I wasn't sure at the end if this lesson the advantages of using one or the other ...

Stuart

Kwiziq community member

30 July 2016

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I wasn't sure at the end if this lesson the advantages of using one or the other ...

... and having just been asked a question on it I left the question and found the answer was the one with qui .... qui which looked the most confusing of the answers and the one I certainly wouldn't have chosen :)

This relates to:
Questions: Qui, qui est-ce qui = Who ? -

Laura

Kwiziq language super star

3 August 2016

3/08/16

Bonjour Stuart, From the lesson: "Qui means who but there is a longer form in which 'qui' appears twice: qui est-ce qui" In other words, they mean exactly the same thing, and qui is more common. I would guess that the question you're referring was multiple answer, meaning that you have to choose all of the possible right answers in order for that question to be marked as correct.

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