'She goes to market' should be accepted. It doesn't need the definite article in English. Same as, for example, 'I go to school'.
...to buy a fat pig. Home again, home again, jiggety, jig. (I agree)
If I'm not wrong, I believe "He goes to market" should be an acceptable answer.
I agree! In the previous lessons Ia connotes to she
The word "pasar" is related to the English word "bazaar" - both come from the Persian word for "market"
It is perfectly acceptable to say go to market... Like go to hospital. You do not have to insert THE. I go to market IS correct.
She goes to market is a complete sentence, adding "the" shd not make any difference
What is the difference between "he goes" and "she goes"?
There is no difference
Is "She goes to markets" wrong? Why?
pergi vs pergi ke?
Is dia ke pasar works?