"I shower at six every day."
Translation:Me ducho a las seis todos los días.
I am still having trouble determining feminine/masculine when it comes to numbers. I feel like I keep choosing wrong. I wrote "los seis". Is it always feminine when referring to time?
Yes, hours or horas is feminine, so numbers are feminine when refering to time. Even when you don't say horas, it's implied, and the las is used in front of the number.
Why can't one say "todos dias". I thought los dias meant "the days" as in those were???
I agree. I feel like I have heard "todos días" multiple times. Why does it have to be "todos los dîas"?
I believe that "todos dias" would translate into every day, and "cada dia" would be each day.
I don't understand this one either. Me ducha would make to shower a reflexive verb, so why wouldn't the answer be Yo ducho?
Why is "yo ducho" marked wrong here and "me ducho" preferred? Even irregular verbs still use Yo... right?
Is it wrong to say 'yo me ducho..'? And if so, are personal pronouns never used with reflexive verbs?
Is it correct to say "a las seis horas" or do you have to remove the "horas" bit and why?
What do you mean, "why can't you..."? Of course you can. Literally, it means each day so not exactly the same but i have seen it used as equivalent. Were you translating to Spanish and not accepted? Or just wondering if possible?
They might have been translating in into spanish and it wasn't accepted. I tried the same thing and it just won't accept "cada día" as an answer.
I don't understand when to use ducha vs. ducho also when do I use a las
Ducho is when referring to yourself and ducha is when you're talking about someone else. Ex: me ducho = I shower, Te duchas = you shower, se ducha = he, she, or it showers. I hope this helps.
Because "me ducho" is "I shower myself" but "me gusta", although often translated as "I like", is actually closer to "it pleases me", in terms of grammar. Hence the use of the third-person form gusta rather than the first person form.