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This is a quick one. I read in the dictionary that どれ is only supposed to be used when there are three or more choices. What word should I use if I have only two choices?

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try どちら. Also see people.uncw.edu/kanoy/practices/interrogatives.html –  virmaior May 22 at 1:03
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日常会話なら「どっち?」でいいよね。 –  Choko May 23 at 7:04

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どちら (very seldomly written as 何方), or the colloquial どっち. Both can also mean "where (to)"

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