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Currently lots of correct translations are not accepted, I don't think that's really helpful for learners.

1 year ago

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I agree. A few people have mentioned on this forum that it's possible to "report" sentences and suggest alternative translations - I've had a look and it's not obvious how to do this. Can someone remind us?

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Only possible once you answered.

1 year ago

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Is it only possible online, not on the app?

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It should be on the app too. But only when you are doing a lesson, if that wasn't clear. It would be much more useful to see the entire course and suggest alternatives for people who speak both languages.

1 year ago

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Oh! I've just realised that's what the flag and speech bubble means!! D'oh, sorry :)

But yes, I agree that it would be good to be able to flick through without doing the exercise again.

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