I have a couple of questions:
How to determine when to use en/el or no article in
sentences like Me gusta ir a la playa en verano
From the exercise:
I like going to the
beach in summer
Kwizbot Me gusta ir a la playa en verano
You Me gusta ir a la playa
In writing the adjective for this next section, it made me realize that I need info on forming adjectives and wondered if you have any lessons on forming adjectives:
For example, from the test:
You es muy relajado
Freeform Writing Exercise A1
I am not quite sure about your first question. Do you refer to preposition "en" for "in summer"?
In summer, in winter, in spring, in autumn... we use preposition "en" for all these, the same as in English.
If you refer to using both the preposition en + el, then I can tell you that you could also say it like this:
However it is less common to say this this way. We'd probably use it with "el" if we are more specific about a specific summer, for example:
Conocí a Roberto en el verano de 2010.
I met Roberto in the summer of 2010.
As per your second question about forming adjectives, there are different endings for adjectives. They could be regular adjectives ending in -o/-a (rápido, rápida, oscuro, oscura, feo, fea...), or ending in a consonant (difícil, circular, especial, feliz...) or ending in -e (triste, inteligente, importante...) It is a question of learning vocabulary.
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