So there were 2 questions, and this is how it went,
Le treize mars= the 13th March
Le quatorze juin= the 14th of June
And it told me that "the 13th of March" is incorrect. Is there a specific reason for that? Cause it seems like Le treize mars and Le quatorze juin have the same build..
You are best to submit through the 'report it ' button on your correction board but if the answers are as you note above, the 13th March, is not the same as the 13th of March. The former is ambiguous in English as it could indicate either the specific date or the 13th March (eg the 13th March that there has been no rain since the year 2000), the latter specific. 'Le treize mars' is specific in French to the date, so the best interpretation is also specific in English .
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