How would I know that it's not a party about the summer? 'Om' seems to have many meanings.
Because it has -en after sommer. It that case it wouldn't be
"we have a party in summer" is really wrong?
I'm confused about "om". I put "around" the summer and it was wrong.
"Around" is "omkring", isnt it?
Why is "during" incorrect compared to "in"?
I think, that 'om' + -en ending means, the Party is every summer, not just one time.