I was wondering in the examples above what the difference is between using en and dans la in these sentences?
Je suis en classe
I'm in class
Je suis dans la classe
I'm in the classe
Is it because the sentence has I'm in THE classe so you use dans + la?
Also is there any exercises such as worksheets with this lesson or any other lessons for prepositions?
Thank you Jim. As I had scrolled down I saw céline's answers to the same question and I think I understand it better now.
This can be tricky but there are a couple of "rules" that will help.
En vs Dans with locations (French Prepositions of Location)
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