Hmm... I wrote, "You walk with the horse?" and it was marked correct. What do you think?
Does this sentence only mean “you walk beside a horse” or can it also mean “you go on horseback”?
"Do you go with the horse?" was accepted, so I guess the latter, even if the grammar doesn't sound perfect in English
This sentence is like "Mergi cu mașina?". So I'm guessing in most contexts this sentence means to ask whether you travel by horse.
Linley2 - That was my gut reaction also. And, per my small dictionary, I do see that "to go" includes the concept of "a umbla", by the way, but I cannot even find "a umbla" therein.