Escape Sequences in Strings. problem SOLVED

Hi, im trying this challenge and I cant. Ive read all the posts in the forum and none of the codes work. I dont undertand. I need help.

My code is:

var myStr = FirstLine\n\SecondLine\nThirdLine;

It doesnt work and neither all the different codes ive read in the other post of this challenge.

The error is:

SyntaxError: unknown: Expecting Unicode escape sequence \uXXXX (1:22)

1 | var myStr = FirstLine\n\SecondLine\nThirdLine;
| ^
2 |

I need help please, thans

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Link to the challenge:
https://learn.freecodecamp.org/javascript-algorithms-and-data-structures/basic-javascript/escape-sequences-in-strings

Strings in javascript must be wrapped around single/double quotation marks or backticks(ES6).

I had to ask a friend because this was driving me crazy.

the code that worked was:

var myStr = “FirstLine\n\tSecondLine\nThirdLine”;

thanks! and i was missing the tab.