why is it not "they go home"?
I agree - this tense would also be used for "they go home".
Why not "they walk home" in this case?
Does "do" indicate a location? Like "to" in English?
It indicates direction.
And yes, "to" and "do" share even etymology.
"to" indications intended destination while "toward" indicates direction
why they show me wrong answer as "They are walking to home". Is this answer really wrong?
Yes, I am afraid that 'walking to home' is not something that an American or British person would ever say.
Yes. In English "home" is used like "up" or "inside". If you were using "to", you would say "to my house". Sorry, not sure what the rule is but that's what we say
it can also mean they will walk home, but this is marked incorrect
Why would you translate polish present tense to English future? The sentence does not indicate this use, also English has present tense for future events too.
I've gotten away so far with just using the base letter e and a, but can someone recommend good keyboard for Android with easy access to the special e and a characters? Mine has characters with accents above the letter, but not below
If you go into the keyboard settings and add the Polish language, then you can switch to it by swiping the space bar to use the Polish characters.
Use the polish one go to settings and its in there somewhere it took me like ten minutes but i kept getting shit wrong even though i could spell it and it was pissing me off.
SwiftKey works perfectly for me. Also remembers typed words so sometimes offers suggestions when typing in polish. (DON'T TELL DUOLINGO)
Would /they are going into the house/or/ they are going to the house be a correct translation? If not how would you say that
This is genetive and not locative right?