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In a shop or any other public place I can ask "¿Cuál es tu horario?" to mean what are the working hours, right?

But I want to ask precisely when they open and when close.

What'll be the proper way to ask this?

And what form of a verb will I use?

"Tu/Usted?"

Or

"They"?

"Se + verb"?

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  • I usually use "ustedes": ¿Cuándo abren? and ¿Cuándo cierran? – FGSUZ Sep 24 '18 at 21:00
  • @FGSUZ what's the most common way: ustedes or as TaD suggested "this place"? – nylypej Sep 25 '18 at 1:07
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If I'm not wrong you can use:

"¿A qué hora abre?"

to ask for when they open.

And to ask for when they close,

"¿A qué hora cierra".

I'm from Argentina and we use this form to ask these questions!

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    does abre/cierra refer to "you" as a person/staff member or "this place"? – nylypej Sep 24 '18 at 17:28
  • refers to "this place" – imTDB Sep 24 '18 at 18:12
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Alternatively why not ask

¿Cuándo se abre? or ¿Cuándo se cierra?

where the subject is now the thing which is either opening or closing. You could substitute "A qué hora" for "Cuándo" of course.

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