I realize it’s somewhat close to the correct answer but this seems over the top…
Yes, they have a blacklist for cases like this.
They have a system that allows x number of wrong letters in a word that’s x number of letters long, to help people get tripped up less by English typos. As @plantron says, it’s best to black-list an answer if that leniency means people can be reinforced into learning the exact opposite of the meaning.
I’d say shoot them an email.
Alright, thanks for letting me know. I’ll share my discontent with the Crabigator…
Didn’t get an email yet but I went ahead and blacklisted it for you! And what @Omun said is correct - this case was a bit unfortunate
Let’s give the Crabigator a break, it’s almost the weekend
well, I’d like to know happened in your head when you saw “一位” and thought “this is last”
Not much. My head is a tired and desolate place at the moment…
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