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Is it possible to say:

"Which kind of TV shows do you like?" instead of "What kind of TV shows do you like?"
If yes isthere any difference in meaning?

22 Nov 2011      

United States

We use "which" in a question when there are limited or specific choices, either stated or implied. Since your example doesn �t really have or imply specific choices, we use "what kind of".
Which tie should I wear today?
What color do I look best in?
Which shade of green looks good on me?

22 Nov 2011