Since 'Mai commence à deman.' is incorrect; I assume 'commencer' is transitive for this (venacula) usage.
"À demain " means until tomorrow
And "commencer à" means to start to do something- it's footers by an infinitive.
Yes I agree "commencer à" means as you indicate 'to start to do something'. The correct answer was the transitive verb followed by the direct object i.e. duos correct answer.
I saw previously that French nouns have to be accompanied by an article. so whyy would this noun not have an article??
Months, days of the week, names of cities and professions take usually no article.
this doesn't make sense. May doesn't start for another 30 days
Why 'Mai arrive demain'?
Where's Justin Timberlake?
Why is démarre wrong?