Translation:My dad is good at taking photos.
Do you have to say "My father" or "My dad"? Saying "Father is good at taking pictures" or "Dad is good at taking pictures" portrays the same meaning and is closer to what is written in Japanese.
'Dad' can only mean 'my dad', so the response should be accepted.
'photographs' not currently accepted.
My father = My dad
Accepting 'Photos' but not 'Photographs' is silly. Fix plz.
I got marked wrong for the same reason.
Did either of you report it? I did
V is that you?
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