Translation:What time does the doctor get off work today?
In the proper context that is correct. An example: you are standing in the office and asking 'what time does the doctor get off'.
Today what time does the doctor finish work? True english speaker needed here !!! ;-)
Yes that would be acceptable. It is a matter of context for the question. We usually say 'get off work'.
"What time is the doctor off work today." There's no reason to add the word get, yet the simplest correct answer is not accepted.
"What time is the doctor off work today?" Is it grammatically and linguistically correct answer. It is also the simplest answer. Please add it to your database.
Oops meant to add that second comment under the report for having gotten the question wrong so many times. Duolingo: would be nice if we could edit or delete comments, as a feature here.
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