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6:36 PM, Saturday August 7th 2021

Wanted to let let you know, I got your feedback. Ty for that and I will remember that for the future as I move forward. I have a question, Cause you mention I only submitted partial. Am I supposed to do all lessons before submitting? Not sure which part I left out, Thought I submitted all of my work for the first lesson. Thank you for your time. ^^

8:41 PM, Saturday August 7th 2021

So you seem to have submitted all of the line exercises, but lesson 1 consists of 3 sections: lines, ellipses, and boxes, each section having their own exercises. Only submitting the lines exercises therefore is technically a partial submission.

When you go to submit homework for a lesson, there should be a checklist of the exercises to submit. Only when all of the exercises on that checklist are checked does it count as a "full" submission for that lesson.

Hope this helps!

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