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〜と〜とどちらが〜

Usage:

Noun1 + と + Noun2 + とどちらが〜


Meaning:

「Noun1 + と + Noun2 + とどちらが〜」means “Which(or who)…, Noun1 or Noun 2?”

Examples:

りんごバナナとどちらがきですか?
Which do you like better, apple or banana?

ABとどちらがえらびますか。
Which do you choose, A or B?

いぬねことどちらがきですか?
Which do you like better, dogs or cats?

なつふゆとどちらがきですか?
Which do you like better, summer or winter?

にくさかなとどちらがきですか?
Which do you like better, meat or fish?

あかいシャツあおいシャツとどちらがきですか?
Which shirt do you like more, the red one or the blue one?

あなたは亜紀子あきこさん佐知子さちこさんとどちらがきですか。
Who do you like better, Akiko or Sachiko?

紅茶こうちゃコーヒーとどちらがきですか。
Which do you like better, tea or coffee?

ほんイギリスとどちらがおおきいのですか。
Which is larger, Japan or Britain?

ほんえいとどちらがむずかしいですか。
Which is more difficult, Japanese or English?

Note:

If you are talking to your friends or subordinates, you can use 【Noun 1 と Noun2 (では) どっちが〜】.
It’s an informal way to say 【Noun1 + と + Noun2 + とどちらが〜】.

なつふゆではどっちがき?
Which do you like better, summer or winter?

いぬねこどっちがき?
Which do you prefer, dogs or cats?

はるあきどっちがき?
Which do you like better, spring or autumn?
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