"I like everything in your house."
Translation:J'aime tout dans ta maison.
Tous is plural, tout is singular, but for the use you're going to need someone better at French to answer. .
I think it's something like:
Tout (by itself) = abstract concept of "everything"
With other words, it has to start getting conjugated:
Tout le monde = everyone
Toute la journée = all day
Tous mes amies = all my friends (mixed gender/male)
Toutes mes amies = all my friends (female only)
'Tout' is singular. In English 'everything' is also singular as it means every one thing.
'Tous' is plural. In English ' all things' represents the plural.
I chose the female toute as a possibility as i thought it was referring to je which could be a female. What is the male tout referring too please?
I said, "J'aimie toutes les choses dans ta maison" and it was accepted. You have a plural "chose" but a singular "tout," and a singular masculine "le."
Also if you use chose, it is feminine, "une chose," so you must use the feminine "toute." (plural = toutes les choses)
Is "à ta maison" really incorrect, or is the program just being overly literal?