Change in color

Phi

Senior Member
USA
Arabic
If someone has developed dark urine since few days , Is the following question correct and natural to illicit the information?

" Has your urine changed in color recently?"
 
  • grubble

    Senior Member
    British English
    If someone has developed dark urine since few days , Is the following question correct and natural to elicit the information?

    " Has your urine changed in color recently?":tick:
    Yes it is both correct and natural.

    Note
    illicit and elicit have completely different meanings.
     

    Phi

    Senior Member
    USA
    Arabic
    Many thanks for the advice and correcting my spelling. You understood what I meant ( althogh with wrong spelling ) very well.
     
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