Why is it 'di estate' or 'd'estate' but it can't be 'di ottobre'? Does it have a different meaning, or is it simply that you use 'di' for seaons and 'a' or 'ad' for names of months?
I have the same question.
Di is commonly used for routines
I agree. And is" ad ottobre" really used?
Ad ottobre could be used because the vowels are next to each other. I believe its certain combinations of vowels that you would insert the d (ed or ad) and some you do not.
Not sure how to properly explain this, but from what I can tell, di is used for the seasons but not the months.
Can it also be ' in ottobre' or not??
It says that is correct. Idk if "in" and "ad" are interchangeable..?
I put non corro in ottobre and got it wrong so I assume 'in' is not acceptable...
it was accepted in May of 2020
In, nel, dei.... all mean "in" or "in the" but when are they used?
why 'ad ottobre' and not 'in ottobre'. If in and ad are interchangeable shouldn't your answer be correct if you put 'in'?
... And in the others months neither :))