How would I answer these two questions?
SpanishDict.com has this example sentence:
Fue en ese momento en el que me enteré del atentado terrorista.
It has this English translation:
It was at that moment that I found out about the terrorist attack.
Think about the English sentence, I think it could be the answer to two different questions:
"When did you call me?"
"When did you find out about the terrorist attack?"
(Without context, my answer to question #2 is a little vague.) Assuming I'm right about the English, is this also the case for Spanish? Are there other ways that you would answer these two questions?
In most cases there are probably easier ways to answer question #2, by using a time of day or something. But I'm trying to understand the grammar and structure.
(I think I can replace "momento" with "día" and this whole thing would still make sense.)