Understandable if you're an English speaker: your brain will attempt to 'correct' for 'missing' sounds, and this is exactly one where an English speaker would unconsciously expect an 'r' sound (due to being used to non-rhotic accents like certain New York accents, most English accents, &c.).
If I were to say "I do not want to eat meat," there's a slight opening for me to eat meat if there are no other options. The sentence can also be translated to "I will not eat meat" which is a much stronger opinion - I will not eat meat even if it's the only option. Can one remove the ambiguity?
I wrote the sentence "I do not want to eat meat", and it told me that it was not "I do" that it was "I'd". The question came back around and I wrote it "I'd", and it told me that I was wrong again and that it was not "I'd" that it was "I do" (that was my only "mistake"). Why?