What Is Their Main Difference?
The main difference between 'when' and 'what time' is that 'what time' is more precise than 'when.'
'When' has multiple functions in the english grammar such as interrogative adverb, relative adverb, and conjunction.
Perhaps the most commonly known usage of 'when' is as an interrogative adverb. We use 'when' at the beginning of a question to acquire information about time.
When To Use Them?
While 'when' and 'what time' both ask about time, note that 'what time' requires a more specific answer. 'When,' however, requires a less detailed and a more general answer.
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