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What's the correct or acceptable option to refer to the time or work times from the following options?

1) "In which hour do you begin / start to work tomorrow"?

(it's not his first day at work, I'm just asking him about the time that he's going to START or to BEGIN tomorrow there.)

2) "In which time are you going to begin / start the university (or studies) tomorrow.

(As well as example NO.1, it's not his first day at the university, I'm just asking him about the time that he's going to START or to BEGIN tomorrow there.)

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  • I didn't find the answer to my question in what was called duplicate. I'm focusing on a specific case: work and study times. Sep 23, 2016 at 15:26
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    You can use either 'begin' or 'start'. They mean the same thing. You should, however, use "At which hour/time...", not "In which hour/time...". Alternatively, just use "when".
    – Mick
    Sep 23, 2016 at 17:56
  • Thank you. So in bottom line you're saying that both of them in expended use? Sep 23, 2016 at 18:38
  • Both are good. You really need an expert to explain finer shades of meaning and usage (if there are any).
    – Mick
    Sep 23, 2016 at 18:42

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