'pada' for time, not 'di'
Many thanks for telling us what the app neglected to say! Can you explain the logic behind this, or is better memorized now and understood later?
Can someone explain the difference between ada and adalah please?
Yes, im getting that confused too. Cant work it out....
Adalah is strictly "to be" except followed with a place. Ada is everything else you've learned including there is/are (like in this sentence, or "hay" in Spanish) and to be in a place (saya ada di pasar)