"i am going to the gym every day" I can use Present Continouse when the action annoy me, and everybody knows that most people go to the gym in order to lose their weight and it is very annoying. Please add:):):):)
Well, I guess you're right, but that's not enough to add it as we don't have context ;)
'Każdego dnia' is 'pinglish'. It should be: 'Codziennie chodzę na siłownie' .
Yeah, it's so 'pinglish' that it has more than 8 million results in Google. Sure, that's 1/3 of the results for "codziennie", but it really is a valid phrase.
'Kazdego dnia' is a direct translation from English, and it sounds terrible in Polish. It might be that when it becomes widespread, you get some search results, but that does not mean that it should be promoted. The British purists objected to 'fixing tea' and you agreed, and now I object to butchering Polish.
Are you asking why it was only "almost correct"? Because then the answer is "you made a typo and glued 'day' and 'I' together".
no, i have not made a typo ( i probably have, but not this is important here- i think in the answer is a typo - but maybe i am wrong. I think the the almost correctI should be followed by a correct answer and i am almost sure that this is the usual routine