"It rains a lot in June."
Translation:Llueve mucho en junio.
Why do some sentences require you to preface a month with "el" and others don't?
Found this reference...
To express "in a certain month," use the preposition "en."
When i look in the dictionary, Llueva is listed under the subjuntivo, not past or present. Why is this not a present or past tense form?
The Spanish words "lo, la, los, las" only mean "it" when used in place of a direct object. They can never be used as the subject (with the exception of the last three being used to mean "the" of course). So technically speaking, Spanish doesn't have a translation for "it", and it is not the same concept.