I don't know why Duolingo uses "texts" so often, it's odd and not really used in English...
does "texts" in this sentence mean that brief message which you type on a smartphone, or does it mean "articles" or "reports" or what are generally known as "papers?"
"Escreveram" is also one of the accepted answers here. We were just trying to give you an extra verb to learn - I don't think there's anything wrong with that :)
It could be, but you have to keep in mind that you need to learn different verbs as well. Maybe they're in court and had to "produce" the evidence. I would assume that that could be a case in this instance as well. Could a native weigh in and let me know?
I used "produced" and it corrected me to "have produced". Can the verb conjugation in this case translate to either "(verb)ed" and "have/has (verb)ed"? Or is it one or the other? I'm just trying to understand the pattern here. Thx