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Hi,

If you go to MacDonald in the early morning, then they have different menu for breakfast. But it ends at about 10:30AM. I think you won't be able to order them afterward. But here,as for the ending time, I am just wondering if you call with a certain term.

I am sure you can say in affirmative like the following.

"We make them (breakfast) until 10:30"

But what if (oppositely) it (the ending time) is asked by customers? So I am just wondering the native way of asking.

Can you ask like "What time do you end making Breakfast until?"

Thanks in advance.
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Yes, that's OK too, but Science Guru has given the most common expression.
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I am not a native speaker. I would say,

"What time do you stop serving breakfast"

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Can i say like this.

what time do you finish your breakfast service
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