Translation:What time do you get up in the morning?
"At what time do you get up in the morning?" is also fine for an English speaker
Wondering if "What time do you get out of bed in the morning?" should be an acceptable answer as well?
Yea I reported it too. You should report it as well when you see these things, so I don't have to stumble into them 3 weeks later ;)
What time do you get out of bed in the morning? should also be acceptable.
What happens if the person being asked the question is homeless and they sleep on the street or on park benches? I wouldn't imagine them saying they get out of bed.if asked.
"Every" seems to be implied here but "每早上" / "每天早上" isn't in the sentence and in an ongoing conversation in which the speaker and listener both understand that they're talking about just tomorrow morning could be meant.
I Think:"At what time do you get up in the morning?"is correct.but duolinguo does not accept this solution
At what time in the morning do you get up?
should be accepted. Reported.
"get up" is not the same as "wake up". https://www.ecenglish.com/learnenglish/lessons/whats-difference-between-wake-get
In regular conversation, 'get up' and 'wake up' effectively mean the same. It's only when you are specifically trying to say that you woke up but stayed in bed for the next two hours (for example), would you actually use the two phrases differently. In fact, the more common way to distinguish between waking up and getting out of bed is to use the phrase 'get out of bed'. 'Get up' is only a colloquial usage.