How about "Where did you drive yesterday?" I guess that's also correct because this verb means to go by vehicle.
It does not mean the same as driving. For example: you would also use it to say "to go by bus" (where the busdriver is driving, but you are not).
I hope this answeres your question. :)
Yes, it does. It is correct. I put "Where did you drive to yesterday?" and it was not accepted either. It is correct as well. I reported it. Did you?
I don't understand why the app does not accept "where did you go to yesterday"; but does accept "where did you go yesterday". The first is better English in my opinion.
Yes, that should also be accepted. I wouldn't only use that for stops on a tour; it wouldn't even occur to me.
Їздити means to drive somewhere. You need to make the responses more flexible. Go could be walking or running, too, which їздити does not cover.
I am right now going through all the exercises that contain "go" and adding: іти, йти, піти, ходити, сходити, їхати, поїхати, їздити, з'їздити.... (depending on the tense and context...)
I just wish they did that at the very beginning when they created the exercises. Just slow down for a couple of minutes, think thoroughly and add all the variations...