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    1. “at the beach” is alright, Marta, but I think “on the beach” would be even better here.
      “in the summer” is fine and more typical than “in summer” which is however also possible.
      There’s one more problem which you haven’t noticed…

    1. Very quick off the mark, Giovanna. Well done.
      Personally, I prefer the seasons with the article and I think it is actually more common in everyday English.

      1. HI TONY,
        I PERSONALLY PREFER SEASONS WITHOUT ANY “THE” ARTICLE BECAUSE IT’S CONSIDERED AS A CATEGORY. AS A USE OF ENGLISH, I AGREE WITH YOU.
        MY MUM ‘S COMING FROM POMPEY.

        1. I don’t understand what you mean when you say “it’s considered as a category”.
          Just in case you’re interested these are the Google results:

          “in the summer”
          about 410,000,000 results

          “in summer”
          about 136,000,000 results

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