Trouble with a hint

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Trouble with a hint

If I recall, the hint was to use the term, 'Ivory Coast', which tricked me up.  I normally would use 'Côte d'Ivoire'.  I opted to accept the hint, which was not accepted.  I felt duped by the hint.  Perhaps others fell into this same trap.  Take a look at it.

Asked 4 weeks ago
CécileKwiziq team memberCorrect answer

Hi Frank,

Having had a look I think you misunderstood the hint.

What it said -

"In French you say Quebec or Ivory Coast"

stressing the 'or' because in English it is 'and'.

Hope that clears this matter.

Trouble with a hint

If I recall, the hint was to use the term, 'Ivory Coast', which tricked me up.  I normally would use 'Côte d'Ivoire'.  I opted to accept the hint, which was not accepted.  I felt duped by the hint.  Perhaps others fell into this same trap.  Take a look at it.

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