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Abbreviated English expressions accepted but not unabbreviated versions of the same expression.

In translating Italian to English, "I'd", "you'd" & "who'd" are accepted as correct whereas "I had", "you had" & "who had" are all rejected. Since the former 3 are abbreviations of the latter 3, this is clearly incorrect.

5 years ago

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That's odd. Have you reported it?

5 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/jbrener

I have now. Thanks for the suggestion.

5 years ago