Why does this sentence keep occurring in 'dates and times'? Does it have a hidden meaning that I don't know - in Danish or in English?!
I imagine it's because markets and fairs usually occur in conjunction with times of the year.
It is not a fair has been rejected... Wtf?
I used market on the last one, and was told it should be "fair". Mow I use "fair" and am told it should be "market". Please advise.
And in the last one I used Det for "that", accepted. In this one det needed to be it. Please explain.