My answer was not accepted: The children are playing on the square in all kinds of clothes.
That should be okay.
It is still not accepted
"Children wearing all kinds of clothes are playing on the square" is much more natural IMO
What is the difference between on the square, and in the square?
"In the square" is grammatically correct in English in this circumstance, referring to the place in a town. "On the square" refers to something that's on a geometric shape.
Just to make sure: this means that the children are wearing all kinds of clothes, not that there's a pile of all kinds of clothes and the children play in it?
It can mean either. :)
Ah, OK. Thanks for the reply!