Hello I was wondering for one of your example sentences you use le not sur why not sur?
On aime aller se balader le weekend.
As mentioned in the lesson, in French to say :
- on + days of the week = 'le' + jour de la semaine
Le lundi, je fais la lessive = On Mondays, I do the laundry
Attention : specific context -> On + day
Mardi, je fais les courses = On Tuesday, I go food shopping
- at the weekend = 'le week-end'
Le week-end, je tricote = at the weekend, I knit
Attention: This weekend = ce week-end
I hope this is helpful.
Bonne journée !
You never use the preposition sur when specifying a date in French. It would be a literal translation of the English "on" which simply doesn't work in French.
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