Did you know? Several Latin words have correlatives that are formed by replacing the initial qu- with a t-. Often these two words can be used to join together clauses in a single sentence, or one can “answer” the other. For example:

quot - tot (how many? that many)

qualis - talis (of what kind? of that kind)

quis - tis (who? that guy)

quinque - tinque (five? yeah, five)

querela - terela (complaint? ughhhhhh)