"Complètera" and "complétera" — are both spellings acceptable, or just one?

AaronC1 Kwiziq Q&A super contributor

"Complètera" and "complétera" — are both spellings acceptable, or just one?

The quiz at the end of this lesson requires "complètera" and doesn't accept "complétera" even though the lesson says that both spellings are acceptable. I'm aware of the spelling reform, and am content to use the modern version, but the quiz just seems to contradict the lesson. Am I missing something?

I tried reporting this as a problem, but was redirected back here to submit it as a question to the French experts, so here I am.

Asked 1 year ago
ChrisC1 Kwiziq Q&A super contributor Correct answer

As both spellings are correct, both ought to be accepted in the quiz. It probably just needs to be added as a correct solution to fix it.

AaronC1 Kwiziq Q&A super contributor

Chris, I believe you're right, and I'm going to re-report this issue from the quiz results page, as I don't have any indication that my post in this forum has helped fix the problem.

"Complètera" and "complétera" — are both spellings acceptable, or just one?

The quiz at the end of this lesson requires "complètera" and doesn't accept "complétera" even though the lesson says that both spellings are acceptable. I'm aware of the spelling reform, and am content to use the modern version, but the quiz just seems to contradict the lesson. Am I missing something?

I tried reporting this as a problem, but was redirected back here to submit it as a question to the French experts, so here I am.

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