These are typical situations in which a Spanish speaker tends to use THE but it is not correct. Don’t use the…
– When you are speaking in general (with plural and uncountable nouns).
Women talk more than men.
I don’t like spiders.
– With some nouns like: home, work, school, church after preposition of place.
She’s not at home today.
My wife is in hospital.
– Before meals, days and months.
I have breakfast late on Sundays.
We go on holidays in July.
– Before next/ last + days, week, etc when referring to future actions.
(check also mistakes 13&15)
See you next Friday.
I can’t go to class next week.
She didn’t phone last night.