Wouldn't "a May day" also be correct?
It should be.
Your profile alone deserves that lingot.
That is "En majdag"
Is this a John Green novel?
So, I put "A day this May" and it is wrong. Do month names not follow that convention? What is "This <month>"?
What's the difference between the pronounce of "j" and "i"?
The letter "i" is pronounced "e" (e.g. idag="e-dag")
& the letter "j" is pronounced "y" (e.g. ja="ya")
should 'a day in may' not be ' en dag om may'?
Om means about, concerning, apropos, not during a time period.
im confused. in one sentence om was used to mean in... 'om en dag' 'in a day'
Two different meanings of "In".
"En dag i maj" means the day is inside of "may".
Using "Om" refers to how long it will be before something happens.
Thank you :)
oh i get it. thanks
Sounds completely like my native Russian Май so I won't confuse this one at least. Looks like we learned something from each other during Swedish-Russian conflicts many years ago