This is getting somewhat pedantic. The above is normal spoken English usage here in Britain.It is what I use and all my friends and family. It may not be grammatically correct as Fowler states in his "English Grammar" but it is perfectly understandable and correct spoken usage.
We are here to learn Welsh not correct English grammar. Sorry folks.
Your apology is accepted, but it shouldn’t be too much of a chore to accept the grammatically correct English sentence as an option for these constructions. Not all Welsh learners are British. This course actually enforced several interesting constructions that I hadn’t noticed watching British TV, like how one doesn’t go on a walk in England, but rather goes “for” a walk. I see no issue increasing the bank of correct answers to allow for General American English responses as well as grammatically correct ones. Welsh is Welsh.