remind her about it; she never remembers it should also be accepted. It is used more often in the UK than remind her of it.
Remind her; she never remembers. 'It' is unnecessary.
"It" is necessary when referring to a certain thing rather than generalizing.
You're generalizing when you use "never".
It's this horribly annoying inconsistency in this unit: sometimes you're supposed to add "of it" and sometimes you're not. Duo should run an audit of those exercises!
Agreed! The second 'it' is redundant. And you're right, Duo is inconsistent in this lesson.
Agree - still not fixed
Since "la" here doesn't mean "she", "rappelle-le-lui,..." is just as good. Am I right?
Shouldnt it be plural elles?
I am sorry! Your English is wrong!! I just couldn't fix it. Please do it yourselves...
In American English, the "it" at the end is redundant. Remind her of it, she never remembers.