It just might. But I think it's more natural to leave out the article before the season: "in spring".
yet for my repsonse it explicitly says "in THE spring" which in fact does sound unnatural to me
I am pretty sure that none of the creators of the course was very firm in English. Instances like that will be weeded out through the beta stage. :)
No, because ING mean at the moment, right now. Not in future. I shal be working- is correct as for me.
Is it an real English,I think not,I work next spring is much better and you defined it as wrong.