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Secondary II • 1mo.

i want to know the rule of when i need put "Le" before a weekday and when i need not.

for example:

Je vais souvent à la piscine le vendredi.

Son avion arrive mardi, à quinze heures dix.


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    Team Alloprof • 1mo.

    Hello NaiveApple!

    That's a really good question!

    Usually, the definite article "le" is used when an action is repeated. Here is more information with some examples:

    When the name of the day is not specified by a date, the definite article (le) usually indicates a repeated action each week.

    Ex.: Elle va courir le mardi. Here, «le» means «every».

    Furthermore, in a continuous text, the article « le » is also used before the name of the day when accompanied by a date.

    Ex.: Je suis née le mercredi 11 mars 1987. 

    I hope this information helps you gain a better understanding! Feel free to reach out if you have any further questions!:)


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