If 'en' suppose to put before feminine country name, then why we should to put before masculine noun 'en hiver'? Could someone help me in this case?
"en" is a very versatile word in French. Generally it means "in" or "to" but not just that (as pointed out in the link that Jim has shared).
Je vais en ville = I am going into town
Je voyage en train = I travel by train
Je vais en France = I am going to France
Il neige en hiver = It snows in winter
Je coupe le gâteau en deux = I cut the cake in two
I hope this is helpful.
Bonne journée !
This term has multiple applications, suggest you try here I think it will help you:-
Many thanks to Céline and Jim. I highly appreciate that you have helped me indeed. To conclude such an issue I have to learn by heart because I have no other choice.
Best wishes, Msir
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