what is the rule with articles before month names? When are they necessary and when can we ommit them?
We were taught in one of the early lessons that for statements that are generalizations, we should always use the definite article. This statement is a generalization therefore we need to use 'A' (the, the definite article).
Whilst we may say that June is a beautiful or pretty month, more often than not it would be described as "nice" i.e. as in "a nice time of the year"......but "nice" unfortunately isn't accepted.
I believe "nice" is accepted now, but the consensus is that it is "a pretty month", igaz?
I would call months or seasons or times in general rather "beautiful" than "pretty", but that might be personal taste. :)