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1 “What Time” vs. “At What Time” – Which is Correct?
- Author: grammarhow.com
- Published Date: 04/23/2022
- Review: 4.91 (721 vote)
- Summary: Both can be utilized, as “What time” acts as a shortened version of “At what time”. The preposition “At” is used to denote time, but for the sake of brevity
- Matching search results: “What time” doesn’t always mean the same thing as “At what time”. For example, the common sentence “What time is it” doesn’t make sense as “At what time is it” most of the time.
- Source: https://grammarhow.com/what-time-vs-at-what-time/
2 “what time” or “at what time”?
- Author: usingenglish.com
- Published Date: 04/29/2022
- Review: 4.88 (952 vote)
- Summary: · They’re the same. The difference, at is omitted in :.  What time are you leaving (at)?  At what
- Matching search results: which of the two following question is the correct one?
- Source: https://www.usingenglish.com/forum/threads/what-time-or-at-what-time.47313/
3 what time? or at what time?
- Author: forum.wordreference.com
- Published Date: 02/25/2022
- Review: 4.99 (921 vote)
- Summary: Gramatically speaking, “At what time…” is correct. However, in practical, spoken English, we almost always drop the “at”. So, basically, I
- Matching search results: What time are you arriving? or At what time are you arriving?
What time shall we meet? or At what time shall we meet?
- Source: https://forum.wordreference.com/threads/what-time-or-at-what-time.83277/