leave a place vs set off/set out

Uusi

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Russian (Russia)
Here's a situation - someone is going to leave their house for a short time, to go to the gym for example. I want to find out when exactly this person is leaving.
So what would be the best way to ask about it in a less formal way? I can think of "what time are you leaving" but to me it sounds rather formal.
Perhaps it's possible to use set off or set out in this context?
 
  • Uusi

    Member
    Russian (Russia)
    Thanks! For some reason I thought that I can use /set off/ when I'm asking about a longer absence, more like a trip.
    Am I mistaken?
     
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