English sentence requires "the" before "dry season."
What about the more natural "it does not rain during the dry season"?
dont need the in english
Why do we use "di" and not "pada" or something else?
Does 'di' also means 'during'?
No. "di" means at
(selama or saat means during)
Strictly speaking, you should instead use "pada" when talking about time but this can sound overly formal so most people use di instead in day-to -day speech:)