"They go horse riding for three hours every Wednesday."
Difficult sentence structure to understand: Every Wednesday, they ride, for 3 hours, horse.
Actually, it is more like: They, every Wednesday, ride, three hours of, horse.
Time and subject places can be swapped and still be correct. However, I have noticed that this is not recognized by Duolingo. I hope they can get it fixed.
I've noticed that Duo doesn't like using "每个...都" to indicate "every" - anyone able to offer clarification? This is what I was always taught was correct grammatical structure. So my "incorrect answer" was: 他们每个星期三都骑三个小时的马？
Pretty sure "他們每個星期三騎三個小時的馬。 ", with a classifier ("個") for Wednesdays ("星期三"), should be allowed.
should both be accepted. Reported.
why can't I move 每星期三 to the beginning of the sentence? why are 骑 and 马 separated? I've gotten so many sentences wrong for putting either right before or after the subject...