Spanish Questions

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Spanish Questions

Learning the Spanish Questions displayed below is vital to the language. Spanish questions may be either a linguistic expression used to make a request for information, or else the request itself made by such an expression. Usually it starts with why, how, where, when ... Here are some examples:

English QuestionsSpanish Questions
why?¿por qué?

Notice the structure of the Questions in Spanish.

List of Questions in Spanish

Below is a list of the Questions and interrogative expressions in Spanish placed in a table. Memorizing this table will help you add very useful and important words to your Spanish vocabulary.

English QuestionsSpanish Questions
where is he?¿dónde está?
what is this?¿Qué es esto?
why are you sad?¿Por qué estás triste?
how do you want to pay?¿Cómo desea pagar?
can I come?¿puedo ir?
is he sleeping?¿Está durmiendo?
do you know me?¿me conoces?
do you have my book?¿tiene mi libro?
how big is it?¿cuán grande es?
can I help you?te puedo ayudar?
can you help me?¿me pueden ayudar?
do you speak English?¿hablas ingles?
how far is this?¿cuán lejos está?
what time is it?qué hora es?
how much is this?¿Cuánto cuesta esto?
what is your name?¿cuál es su nombre?
where do you live?¿dónde vive?

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