Translation:Tomorrow I am going to sleep in my parents' house.
I said "Tomorrow I am going to sleep in my parents' house" and it said:
"Almost correct! Tomorrow I am going to sleep in my parents house."
What on earth?! parents' is correct; parents (without the apostrophe) is not!
This could also be an archaic-sounding sentence about dying and being buried in an ancestral tomb: "Tomorrow I am going to sleep in the house of my fathers."
What's up with them marking it wrong because I said parents' home instead of parents' house???
It should be "at" my parents' house. I don't know if it was counted wrong for "in" instead of "at," or for the apostrophe in the wrong place. Probably because of "in," which makes the sentence sound funny.