[Answer] who? (singular)

Answer: qué
who? (singular)

“Who” and its derived forms can be used as interrogative pronouns to form questions: • “Who did that?” • “Who did you meet this morning?” (formal: “Who(m) did you meet this morning?”) • “Who did you speak to?” (formal: “To whom did you speak?” or “Whom did you speak to?”)

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