Freeform Writing Exercise B2
Because we don’t know which specific wood they are talking about you would use the plural 'dans les bois’ or the singular ‘dans la forêt’ ( in the woods).
But if you were talking about a specific one like ‘Le bois de Boulogne’, you would then use the singular ‘bois’
Hope this helps!
Note, that in English you could also say, "He took a walk in the woods." You wouldn't say "He took a walk in the wood", unless you were referring to a specific one.
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