"I shower at six every day."
Translation:Me ducho a las seis todos los días.
Late reply, yes.
"Yo" can be implied as in "(yo) me ducho todos los dias." "Me" is basically "myself" in terms of rough english translation. The verb "ducharse" requires the "me" because in Spanish, you basically say "I shower myself". Your first example did not include the "me" so it was marked wrong. "Me ducho" is entirely correct. In order to make your first one correct, you would have to say "Yo me ducho"
You can usually guess from the ending of the word, but you do just have to learn the exceptions. I remember día as masculine and noche as feminine because in Greek mythology there's a (masculine) sun god and (feminine) moon goddess, but other people may have other tricks or just memorize.
"Las seis" in this sentence uses the feminine las because when you're talking about the time you're talking about seis horas (six hours) and horas is feminine (and plural for all times except one o'clock).
We can all read it and write it better than speak it. We have lots of time to think out the answer. Listening to the podcast and interactive stories will help your listening skills. Repeating the words, phrases, and sentences will help with your speaking skills. Hang in there.
I have a tip for practicing numbers.
You can find lots of videos or other resources that teach you the numbers from 1-10, for example. But if you always just practice counting from 1 to 10 you may not really learn the numbers individually, you'll just learn the sequence. So practice counting in other ways too, e.g. after counting from 1 to 10 a few times first to get familiar with the numbers, then count backwards from 10 to 1. Then count by 2's, only hitting the even numbers. Then count only the odd numbers. Then do just the even numbers backwards, etc. You can work on it any time you're doing something you don't really need to focus on, like brushing your teeth, washing dishes, going for a walk.
Or if you actually need to count something, e.g. counting reps while doing some exercises, try to count in Spanish (backwards or forwards!). Hope it helps!
Yes, it's wrong. You don't have any conjugated verb so you sentence it's like "to shower at 6 every day" instead of "I shower at 6 every day". You need to use me ducho (I shower) instead of ducharme (to shower [myself]).
Note that the me has to be in front when there's only one verb and it's conjugated; the option to attach it to the end of an unconjugated verb only applies when there are actually two verbs, like quiero ducharme (I want to shower).
The verb (e.g. gustar or duchar) has to be conjugated based on whoever is doing the action.
"I shower"/me ducho is an action that I am doing to myself, so it needs the yo (I) conjugation, ducho.
But gustar is an action that something else does to me. This is an important point: it's usually translated as "I like [something]" in English, which makes it seem like it's an action I am doing, but the true meaning of gustar is "to please", e.g. "[something] pleases me". I am not doing the action of pleasing; the [something] is doing it. So the conjugation has to match the [something]; it needs the "él/ella" conjugation, gusta.
Hope that helps!
Because días is a masculine word. It's an exception to the general rule that words ending in 'a' are feminine. There's a list of the rules and some common exceptions here in case you're interested: https://www.spanishdict.com/guide/masculine-and-feminine-nouns