"We visit our mother."
Translation:Nos matrem nostram visitamus.
The pronoun "nos" is unnecessary because it is already present in the verb conjugation.
this is a very awkward and unidiomatic Latin sentence. Neither the nos nor the nostram is really necessary. Without further specification, "Matrem visitamus" simply means "We visit our mother".
Matrem visitamus: I would have thought it means we visit (a) mother, no?
"Matrem nostrum visitamus" marked incorrect because the 'nos' pronoun is superfluous. I didn't study Latin at university to be marked wrong on this kind of crap, DuoLingo.