"He talks in March."
Translation:Er spricht im März.
I'm a bit surprised that Duo hasn't introduced the verb reden yet, but instead they sometimes translate 'talk' as 'sprechen'.
When would you use reden vs sprechen auf Deutsch?
I'm just trying to figure out the context where, "He talks in March" would be used!
Like a guest lecture series and his turn to talk is in March. But remember DL just provides "grammatically accurate" sentences; not necessarily useful ones.
Other than the missing 'p' in 'spricht', missing umlaut in 'März', and the extraneous capitalization of 'er', I don't see why that wouldn't be OK. But word order changes like that is one of the things I still struggle with too.
Can i write in in place of im i have seen it using sometimes is there a diffrence between the two
In - in. Im - short form of IN DEM. With an article. You can say for example: Ich bin in dem Auto. Or: Ich bin im Auto. Means the same: I am in the car.