why om and not i
From what I can tell, if 'in' and 'during' are interchangable, then om is used. Don't take my word for it though, I'm still learning too and this is just from what I've observed.
From what I have learned in class. "Om" is used because it happens every winter. or just general information.
good question, I'm also curious if there is a specific rule.
Oh, I just saw it on the tips and notes. I had forgotten to look at them before this lesson.
I think, it's because the bear does it (sleeps in the winter) on the regular basis
I would love it if a native speaker could explain why om is used instead of i.
How can l tell when I should use i to mean in and when I should om to mean in. Thank you
Even with the notes on this lesson, I can't tell when om and i should be used. Any pattern someone know to this would be really helpful
Just found a guy teaching this specific thing on YouTube.
om - happening in the future
i - happening now
for ... siden - happened in the past