"When do you leave the house in the morning?"

18:45 Jan 4, 2001
English to French translations [Non-PRO]
English term or phrase: "When do you leave the house in the morning?"
I have 3 questions i am suppose to check (For French Class), but i forgot my book. And i would like to make sure they are correct.
Laura Clevenger


Summary of answers provided
na"A quelle heure pars-tu le matin?" "Quand quittes-tu la maison le matin?" "Quand laisses-tu la mais
Louise Atfield
naA quelle heure tu quittes la maison le matin?
Ana.uk
naQuand tu quittes la maison le matin?
mbhanna


  

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9 hrs
Quand tu quittes la maison le matin?


Explanation:
here you can also use the question word :a quelle heure instead of quand

mbhanna
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10 hrs
A quelle heure tu quittes la maison le matin?


Explanation:
Personally, I would use "a quelle heure", as I think it flowes better.

Or , Quand-est-ce que tu quittes la maison le matin?


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14 hrs
"A quelle heure pars-tu le matin?" "Quand quittes-tu la maison le matin?" "Quand laisses-tu la mais


Explanation:
(Sorry, ran out of space)
"Quand laisses-tu la maison le matin?"
"An quelle heure laisses-tu la maison le matin?"
"Quand est-ce que tu pars le matin?"
"Quand est-ce que tu quittes la maison le matin?"
etc.

I am afraid I disagree with my colleagues. When you ask a question in French, you have to use the interrogative form of a sentence. "Quand tu quittes la maison le matin" would be equivalent to "When you leave the house in the morning". I know that this is often the way French is spoken in France, but (hoping this won't offend anybody) if you want proper international French, you have to use an interrogative form, either inverting the verb and the subject, or use "est- ce que".

Good luck!

Louise Atfield
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