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quien versus quién

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What's the difference? Don't they both mean the same thing'

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updated ENE 15, 2009
posted by Sheree

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Mystery solved!

updated ENE 15, 2009
posted by Sheree
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Just to give an example:

No me importa con quien bailo, ¿pero quién va a bailar con ella?
I don't care who I dance with (with whom I dance), but who's going to dance with her'

updated ENE 15, 2009
posted by 00bacfba
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Thank you...that makes sense to me now!

updated ENE 15, 2009
posted by Sheree
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Hi Sheree,

The difference what I am guessing is that "quién" is used in questions, "quien" is not.

However, you still need to wait for other responses.

Marco

updated ENE 15, 2009
posted by Marco-T
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There's a slight difference in meaning. "Quién" is used for a question. The other isn't used for questions. They both translate the same into English. In fact, as far as I know, all the similar words take an accent when used for a question:
cómo
dónde
qué
cuándo

updated ENE 15, 2009
posted by CalvoViejo
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