"In July we eat fruit."
Translation:A luglio mangiamo frutta.
Now that you are on level 13 do you know the answer? if so I also would like to be informed thanks in advance :-)
'in' is used in front of months that start with a vowel like ottobre. Use 'A' or ' Di' in front of the others.
I've also wondered the same thing. Sometimes, when I put one or the other on certain sentences, it's incorrect.
What's the rule for NOT adding an article?? Usually we're told in Italilan to use the il, la, lo... before nouns. Even when a personal pronoun gets stuck in the middle, we still have to use an article. ex: "la mia mama"...OK, so I learned that. Now, I see some sentences... like above "frutta" with No article in front of it, and that's OK. It's not said as: la frutta.... I'd like to know When to use and When Not to use.
I think 'a' and 'in' are synonyms depending on context. Both seem to work well here. 'ad' is just 'a' before a word beginning with a vowel I think. 'a' can be 'at, to, in' but 'in' is just in. http://italian.about.com/od/grammar/a/italian-prepositions.htm
Months are not capitalized in Italian, so what you see is actually the letter that between 'k' and 'm' :)
Frutti was a typo according to duolingo. Is there a real plural for frutta, like pesci?