Untill now, to say the word "in" (english) we used "in". Now it's used "a/ad" (maybe some rule to sentences about time, no?). But, is also correct to say "in agosto"?
I want to know this too. In front of months I use 'a' instead of 'in' but no reason why.
Did 'ad' just evolve to 'd'?
Is it correct to say: "Non mangio pesce ad agosto"? Please say yes. :/
I got marked correct for saying that.
We have used "A agosto" to mean "In August". Does that not find a place here (Probably as "Non mangio pesce a agosto") ?
I used "ad agosto" and it was accepted.
I thought I read that use of "ad" instead of "a" was discretionary, but I was marked wrong for using "a" here.
Answer choice number 1 is "Non mangio pesce d'dicembre." Is d' before a consonant an appropriate form or should it be di?
Yes, di can't be truncated to d' unless it's before a vowel. Whatever this sentence means :/
I've seen it a couple of times; ungrammatical sentences as (wrong) options in multiple choice questions.
I put 'ad agosto' and got it right too. I put 'ad' (guessing) because the next word started with a vowel, so assumed I had to.