In English i think we would only say in conclusion if summing up an argument or essay or research paper. I wonder if the Romanian means at the end of something (perhaps a pregnancy here) she has two girls?
No, în concluzie has the same meaning as its English counterpart.
"at the end of..." = la sfârşitul... or la finalul...
"she has" can be contracted as "she's" but only when has is forming the perfect tense (e.g. she's run a marathon today), not when it's referring to possession.
That's a very grammarly answer. I think I would say she's 2 daughters and I was born in the Queen's home area, as a peasant.
You make a good point sir. Dialectical variation should not be ignored. However, we can't expect Duolingo to account for every dialect can we. It's hard enough getting mainstream British English accepted over the Americanisms.
never say never! You might hear this in the street, few speak the queen's English these days! Certainly as She's got, but I can say she's two children, the wife disagrees and says that must be northern but i was born in the south in a family from the midlands whereas she is from Hull in the north. (Pronounced 'ull).