"¿Cuándo vuelven ustedes a California?"
Translation:When are you going back to California?
"when do they return to california" Why do I not understand this, the vuelven and ustedes makes me think plural "they". Why wouldnt it be Cuando vuelves usted a california if it was supposed to be "you"?
These are correct sentences:
¿Cuándo vuelve usted a California? (you, formal, singular)
¿Cuándo vuelven ellos/ellas a California? (they)
¿Cuándo vuelven ustedes a California? (you all, plural)
Reeion, and here is one more: ¿Cuándo vuelves tú a California? (you, informal, singular) :-)
When will you return to California means exactly the same thing. Why is it counted as wrong?
dorothyfra6 & Pierr, no, in Spanish they want the verb before the pronoun in questions, reversing the S-V-O order.