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    At what time...

    Is it correct to say "At what time do we leave ?" instead of "What time do we leave ?" Can they both be used ?


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    Re: At what time...

    Quote Originally Posted by ph2004 View Post
    Is it correct to say "At what time do we leave ?" instead of "What time do we leave ?" Can they both be used ?
    Yes, you can use both, but I like "What time do we leave?" better. It's what I would normally say. Using "at" in this sentence, and other such similar sentences, is superfluous.

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