Translation:We do not go to school in the summer.
"in summer" is also correct. "We do not go to school in summer" should be accepted. Reported on Nov. 19, 2017.
"we don't go to school in summer" is what I had also. Agree it should be accepted
I disagree. The sentence is correct with the article "the".
Agree "the summer" is correct, but can you explain why leaving "the" out is incorrect? And does it really matter that much when we are trying to get the meaning of Chinese here? What difference does it make?
I also think "in summer" is incorrect in American English, but I have a vague feeling that it might be British.
during the summer, we do not attend school should be accepted (jan 4th 2018)