Wed 21 Oct, 2015 11:10 am
-It tells us how the river accompanied the boys __ the summer (or whatever season) nights.
My opinion: only on is correct, and in is wrong, because when you are talking about a night described by an adjective, you have to use on, not in/at. Do you agree?
I almost agree . . . "on summer nights," not "on the summer nights." Lose the definite article.
Excellent answer. Thank you.