Translation:What time do we start?
"What time do we start" ??? Better English, for pure usage reasons, is: "At what time do we start?"
Please include it in your "accepted answers". Your one-option offered is not quite right.
Did you report it? They probably don't check the discussion here as often as the things that people report.
I think it should (but I'm not native English speaker.) But it wasn't accepted: may 14, 2018
Agreed, but it still isn't the way it translates into English. In English, you would NEVER say "At what hour are we meeting?" or "What hour is the meeting?" You would ALWAYS use "time" -- a word when used in English, that is indistinguishable from either a sixty-minute period or a period of time.
That's exactly why we need to learn expressions as well as just words and grammar. The closest expression we have in English is "at the 11th hour" meaning very late, last minute, almost too late.