"You only made pasta for lunch?"
Translation:Tu n'as préparé que des pâtes pour le déjeuner ?
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Historically speaking you are correct. That's been the correct scholastic form. Conversationally speaking, however, the structure Duo is using has gained popularity over decades of use. People, like languages, change over time. Words get retired and words get added. Likewise, sentence structures may also change~ as well as their acceptance among scholars and teachers. A lot of those changes are our fault (writers), but the majority of language evolution occurs naturally in all cultures. (not always for the better.)