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When will we know our test results?
When did the trouble start?
I asked him when he was going to start work.
‘You’ll get your money back.’ ‘Yes, but when?’
Since when have you been in charge of the project?
When should I end a letter with ‘Yours sincerely’?
When is it OK to hug someone that you’ve just met?
He didn’t say when they would leave.
It is important to know when you have had enough to drink.
The biggest surprise for Josie was when she was chosen as team captain.
Do you remember the time when we took your mother camping?
There are some days when everything seems to go wrong.
This is the British English definition of when. View American English definition of when.