Which altitude do you jump off?

nobukuro

Senior Member
Japanese
When I'm going to do diving, bungee jumping or skydiving and want to know the height of the position I will jump off, can the questions below have the correct wording? or do none of them sound natural?

1. At which altitude will I jump off?

2. From how high will I jump off?

3. From how far up will I jump off?
 
  • lingobingo

    Senior Member
    English - England
    They all make sense but 2 is the most idiomatic, I think.

    Another way of saying it is: What height will I have to jump from?
     

    Barque

    Senior Member
    Tamil
    In the context of a bungee jump, I think I'd ask: How high is the platform? Or From what height are you going to push me off?
     

    nobukuro

    Senior Member
    Japanese
    Well, I assume all of the 3 examples I found above are natural. Which one is best?

    1. From how far up will I jump off?

    2. How high is the platform?

    3. What height will I be jumping from?

     
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