How to ask questions and to say whether something is good or bad
Qui va gagner ?
Quel est votre joueur préféré ?
Ils sont forts
Just as English question words often begin 'wh', so French question words often begin 'qu': qui (who), quand (when), que (what), quoi (what), quel (which). Other question words include où (where), comment (how), combien (how much) and pourquoi (why).
Use quoi only at the end of a sentence, or after a preposition (such as pour, à).
Quel is an adjective. It is always accompanied by a noun with which it agrees in gender and number.
Est-ce que has no meaning of its own, but it turns a sentence into a question. It can also be combined with où, qui, quand or que.
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To describe a player or team as 'good', the word fort meaning 'strong' is often used. As it's an adjective, this can be forte, forts or fortes.
To say that a team or player is bad, you can use mauvais, but a more colloquial alternative is nul or nulle, which means "rubbish".