Couldn't it be "der Juni ist dieses Jahr nicht so heiß"?
This word order also sounds ok to me.
Guess Duo is a non-beliver of global warming.
Der Juni Ist Nicht So Heiß Dieses Jahr .i Write " the June is not so hot this year "Why?
Btw, only all nouns are capitalized in German, not all words...
In English you don't say "the June".
Actually this June is hotter than last year
Said nobody ever.
Not since the last ice age.
Ich höre "zu heiß" (beides schnell und langsam)
Would this sentence be correct also without "der"?
No, in German you need the article.
I have just left a page where the words are there to drag and drop, and the correct answer was "Juli ist toll." No article. I guess I will have to go back to real grammars to find the answer.
Shouldn't it be "in diesem Jahr" instead of just "dieses Jahr"? "dieses Jahr" is in Nominative, how come two phares in one sentence are both in Nominative?
I would like to know what case Dieses corresponds to - Nominativ oder Akkusativ?
I was thinking that too actually, maybe just without the 'in' would make sense to me, just 'diesem Jahr'
You can say 'in diesem Jahr' as well, as 'dieses Jahr', but not just 'diesem Jahr'
IMHO dieses Jahr is in Genitiv. It's like saying: This year's July is not so hot or the july of this year is not so hot. English possessive = genitiv.
"as" usually used in comparisons.
I thought it is "Juli". How do you distinguish "Juni" from "Juli"?
It can hard to distinguish, so sometimes people say "Juno" (Juni) and "Julei" (Juli) to make it clear (only in spoken language of course).
Why Thats wrong?
In English, "the June" doesn't make sense; that's a German thing which must be translated simply as "June".
Warum es ist falsch zu schreiben wie; Der Juni ist nicht zu heiß dieses Jahr
"zu heiß" means "too hot", that's not the same as "so heiß" / "so hot".
Warum es ist falsch zu schreiben ALS, nicht wie! :)
Der Juni ist dieses Jahr nicht so heiss
Im wondering if "June is not hot this year." should also be correct or "June is not as hot this year." - This is more likely what I would say.
Could a native speaker settle the nominative/genitive question of 'dieses' please?
the is a hell for english as a second language learners... the june should be accepted but corrected in notes becuase i understood the sentence and thats the point. this is disappointing