Why is the habitual "on Thursdays" not accepted? In a previous sentence with the exact same structure, it required the habitual and didn't accept a single instance.
I also noticed similar inconsistencies throughout, hopefully they will be fixed. In this particular case to me "di hari Kamis" seems to imply 'habitual action' so, yes I agree that "on Thursdays" should be accepted.
Why is the verb "pergi" missing from the sentence? Is it implied from "ke"?
You can both do Pergi ke and ke. Pergi is not neccesary.
yeah, why does'nt it except Thersday's'?
Does capitalization really matter?
Is pergi acceptable here? Why is it sometimes pergi ke and other times only ke?