I forgot to drop it the first time, so I got a "nearly correct". The second time I dropped it, and it was still "nearly correct". - This I don't understand...
I am not sure which specific questions you are referring to so I can't have a look in the system to check. There are "multiple choice" questions for this topic where there is more than one possible correct answer. If there is one option using the pronoun and another one not using it, they are both correct. You need to choose both answers for the system to give you a "correct answer", otherwise it will be "nearly correct".
I hope this helped.
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