"We eat apples in October."
Translation:Vi äter äpplen i oktober.
Would "i oktober äter vi äpplen" work in this case? Duo rejected this answer... tack!
It is correct, but since word order generally works the same, we want you to keep it that way in your answers too, so it's not accepted.
Since Vi äter äpplen i oktober = We eat apples in October, and I oktober äter vi äpplen = In october we eat apples, there's no need to change word order when translating.
Just a quick question: Why applen and not appler? Isn't applen the definite singular of äpple?
No, it's ett äpple, äpplet, plural äpplen, äpplena. So it's because it's an ett word.
does this apply to every ett word? i mean is the plural form of every ett word end with 'en' ?
So i thought it should be "om" because i just had a question similiar to this and "om" was used. So is "i" always used in regards to months?