Is there any difference between in the winter and in winter I have heard that they are exactly the same but for me it is not true In the winter refers to a particular winter and in winter it is general Am I correct?
Jun 27, 2019 8:25 AM
Answers · 1
"It snows here in winter." This means that it snows here every winter. "It snowed here in the winter." It doesn't snow here every winter but it did this time. I suspect that in Amercian English you can say 'It snows here in the winter' and it would mean the same thing as 'it snows here in winter.'
June 27, 2019
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