AとBどちらが好きですか?また理由は?って英語でなんて言うの?

レストランAとBどちらが好きか?を聞き、
またその理由も尋ねたいです。
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  • Which restaurant do you prefer, A or B and why?

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Which restaurant do you prefer, A or B and why?
「AとBどっちのレストランが好きですか、また理由は?」
この例文のように一文で言い表すことができます。
prefer は〜の方を好むという意味です。

別の言い方は
Which restaurant do you like better, A or B?
「AとBどっちのレストランの方が好きですか?」

Why do you prefer A over B/ B over A?
「なぜBよりAを好みますか?/ なぜAよりBを好みますか?」

Why do you like A more than B?
「なぜBよりAが好きですか?」

どっちが〜?と聞く場合は Which を使って聞くのが一般的です。
理由を聞く場合は Why を使います。

ご参考まで!
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  • Which one do you prefer, A or B and why?

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こんにちは。
ご質問ありがとうございます。

ご質問の文章を英語にしますとこんな感じになります:
Which one do you prefer, A or B and why? - AとBのどっちがいい?それはどうして?
Which - どちら
To prefer - 好む

よろしくお願いします。
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  • Do you like A or B more?

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  • Which do you like better: A or B?

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  • Which do you prefer: A or B?

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There are two way to ask someone to compare things (thus, finding out which option is their favorite. You can us the phrase 'to like better' or 'to prefer.'

EX)
Which do you like better: A or B?
Which do you prefer: A or B?
Do you like A or B more?
Quinn R DMM英会話講師
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  • Which restaurant would you choose over the other, and please explain why?

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  • Would you rather eat at "A" or "B?" Please tell me why.

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If there are two choices, the expression "one over the other" means to have a top favorite of the two.

The term "rather" is often used to express a preference for something. Another example of the word rather used in a sentence is: "I would rather wear a skirt for the event. "
Laurel DMM英会話講師
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  • Do you like restaurant A or B more and why is that?

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When you ask this question, you are wanting to find out, which restaurant that person likes more and what their reasons are behind that. Their decision could be based on a number of factors like: food quality, menu, price, setting, service, etc.
Logan M DMM英会話講師
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  • Which restaurant would you prefer to eat at, A or B? Why do you like it there?

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  • Which restaurant do you think is nicer, A or B? Why is that?

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The fact that your asking, "Why?" may seem to the other person that your disagree with their decision or that you don't understand why they like it at that restaurant so be aware of that.
Beebe DMM英会話講師
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  • Which do you prefer, A or B? Why?

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  • Do you like A or B better? Why?

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I think I prefer A.

No, B is so much better.

But Restaurant A has amazing bread.

Forget the bread in Restaurant A, it is all about the cheese in B.

You catch my drift?

Which is better? tell me.

Try one out, see how it goes, and find the one that suits you.

I hope that helps.
Have a great day.
Will
Will Jay DMM英会話講師
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  • Do you prefer A or B? - Why?

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  • Do you like A or B more? - Why?

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  • Which one do you prefer? - Why?

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If you want to find out from someone which restaurant they prefer, for example McDonalds or KFC, you can simply ask, 'Do you prefer McDonalds or KFC?' Wait for them to answer and then say 'Why?' You can also ask, 'Do you like McDonalds or KFC more?' And again ask why once they have answered the first question.

If, during the conversation, both restaurants have already been mentioned then there would be no need to repeat the names again and you could simply ask, 'Which one do you prefer?'

Thalia T DMM英会話講師
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  • Do you prefer A or B? Why do you prefer it?

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  • Which of the two restaurants do you like more? Why?

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Both of the above sentences are correct, but they can be used in different situations.

1) Do you prefer A or B? Why do you prefer it?
This question suggests that when you ask it, you are implying that the person likes one restaurant, but not the other one. "Prefer" is just a better way of saying that you like something.

2) Which of the two restaurants do you like more? Why?
This question suggests that the person likes both restaurants, but there is one that he likes more than the other one.
Janke DMM英会話講師
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  • Which restaurant do you prefer between the two? I'm curious to know why.

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  • What is your preference between restaurant A and B? Why do you like that one more?

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1. Which restaurant do you prefer between the two? I'm curious
to know why.
If asked "which do you prefer?" then the person wants to know which
one you like more.
"I'm curious to know why?" To be curious means that you are very eager
to know or learn something that you did not know before.

2. What is your preference between restaurant A and B? Why do you
like that one more?
''What is your preference...?'' simply means that the person you are
speaking to would like to know which restaurant you prefer or like more.
The question "Why do you like that one more?"means that the speaker
wants more information regarding your choice. Here you would have to
go into detail and possibly explain why you do not like the other
restaurant.
Shams DMM英会話講師
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  • A) Which would you prefer A OR B ? and why ?

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  • B) Why do you prefer B over A ?

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A) Which would you prefer A OR B ? and why ?
B) Why do you prefer B over A ?

When you want to know what the person likes / enjoys more between 2 or more things you should coming ask "Which do you prefer " and if you would like to know why the person likes that specific thing / place etc you could ask " Why do you prefer A over B " ?

I hope this helps :-)
Ilke DMM英会話講師
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  • Which one do you prefer...why is that?

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  • Please explain why you prefer one of these - if you do, in fact, have a preference

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The first statement above is a question - or rather two questions. The second example is a direction to explain something - based on an assumption that the listener has a preference.
Ian W DMM英会話講師
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  • Do you like A or B better and why?

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  • Which do you like more and why? A or B?

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  • Which do you prefer more and why? A or B?

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As you can see the second and third example are almost exactly the same with the main difference being the usage of the verbs, "to like," and, "to prefer," as they can be used interchangeably whenever there are two choices to pick from.
Jonathan B DMM英会話講師
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