"They go out every day."
Translation:Ellos salen todos los días.
Tried Duo's hint of 'a diario' for everyday and it was marked wrong. Should this be accepted?
limbo- diario is a noun for newspaper published every day. It's also an adjective meaning that something happens everyday, like mi emisión diaria. If you want to say : they go out every day, you would need the adverb diariamente. With Duo's hints, stick with the first one, it's normally the correct answer. Duo just gives you related words for information, for other contexts.
i wrote "salen todos los días" and it was not accepted - is it still correct or is the "ellos" really necessary in this sentence? and why?