when to use le

LauraB2Kwiziq community member

when to use le

D'accord:

"You will NOT use le when talking about weekdays in a specific context (on Monday):

Mercredi, tu iras à l'école.On Wednesday, you will go to school."

 UNLESS "when giving a whole date (day/number/month/[year]), such as

Le mardi 5 mars, j'ai rencontré Lola.On Tuesday the 5th of March, I met Lola.

Par example on the test : Le mardi 6 janvier, j'étais malade.On Tuesday the 6th of January, I was sick.

HOWEVER< If the question was "On Tuesday I was sick" (without the whole date), it would be "Mardi, j'étais malade." 

Is that correct?? Thanks

Asked 1 year ago
ChrisC1 Kwiziq Q&A super contributor Correct answer

Yes, that sounds correct to me.

JESCAA1Kwiziq community member

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when to use le

D'accord:

"You will NOT use le when talking about weekdays in a specific context (on Monday):

Mercredi, tu iras à l'école.On Wednesday, you will go to school."

 UNLESS "when giving a whole date (day/number/month/[year]), such as

Le mardi 5 mars, j'ai rencontré Lola.On Tuesday the 5th of March, I met Lola.

Par example on the test : Le mardi 6 janvier, j'étais malade.On Tuesday the 6th of January, I was sick.

HOWEVER< If the question was "On Tuesday I was sick" (without the whole date), it would be "Mardi, j'étais malade." 

Is that correct?? Thanks

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