Translation:Do you and your father always camp?
This would never be stated this way in english - "Do you and your father always go camping" is correct term...or if you use 'camp', then there must be something following..."Do you and your father always camp near the lake?"
True, but in a certain context of conversation, one might ask it this way in contrast to the possibility of choosing between a lodge and camping. Anyway it follows literally what the Portuguese sentence words give so at least it is guessable this time.
Yeah, I say it, in the same context that Lingodingle described.
I wrote "Do you and your father camp always" but it was marked wrong. The suggested answer was "Do you and your father always camp." Both sentences are correct. A different word choice order does not mean an error.