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Old 10-28-2012, 01:45 PM   #8
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If I knew that you had been undecided between two movies, I might ask you "which" movie you watched

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This.

They're both grammatically correct.

If the underlying assumption behind the question is that I have no idea what movies you were considering, then "what" makes the most sense.

As indicated above, if your old lady wanted to see the chick flick and you wanted to see the sequel to that Mongolian historical porn drama, "which" would make the most sense.
best answer. in lamens terms, which movie would always be used when comparing two movies. Which one did you like better, which one of the two would you like to see, which one of these 2 girls will be sucking my penor tonight
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