"Зимой наша группа приходит на занятия в десять."

Translation:In winter our group comes to class at ten.

November 19, 2015



In winter, our group comes to class at ten.

November 18, 2016


Thanks! Sorry, I didn't see the translation at the top.

November 18, 2016


I didn't either when I replied! Good thing I got it right at least :-)

November 18, 2016


Why is this in genitive and not accusative if it's a verb of motion?

November 19, 2015


It's accusative plural. You use the plural when referring to school and lessons.

November 19, 2015


Спасибо!! This didn't seemed to be covered in the grammar explanation.

November 19, 2015


"In the winter our group comes to class at ten."

To me, it sounds better with the article "the" paired with "winter". I reported it, because I know for a fact that it is acceptable English grammar.

December 28, 2017


What does this sentence mean? In winter, our group will come to exercises ??? ten?

October 21, 2016


in the winter our group comes to class at 10 - not accepted. correct answer is the same but omits "the" in "in the winter". This is the same in english

March 1, 2018


Can't understand: I wrote "In winter our group comes to class at ten." and it was marked wrong (since the word "o'clock" is missing)... Why?

April 7, 2017


That's usually accepted. Report it.

October 10, 2017


What case is занятия?

May 18, 2017


Accusative due to the verb of motion. And it is plural.

May 19, 2017


There seems to be a bug with this test item now (8/24/18): there's NO AUDIO in both the normal and slow options. I don't know what the test sentence is so I had no choice but to enter a wrong answer. And I don't know how to report it to the moderators (I just chose "The audio does not sound correct" in the Report options).

August 24, 2018


I am not a mothertongue and i am wondering Is it bad English comes to classes? this option is not accepted

September 1, 2018


Really? Rejected for "in the winter"? Disgusting.

February 21, 2019
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