Could anyone please tell me that, why "lecto" is the right answer and other options (lectus, lectum) are not?
in with an ablative specifies location (in lecto -> in bed).
in with an accusative specifies movement (in lectum -> into bed).
Gratias tibi valde!
I wrote: Marcus reads book in the bed. It was wrong. Isn't that correct? I would have used the article twice but there was only one 'the'.
I think its because you cant say "i read book" it has to be "i read A/THE book"