Still can't find the missing letter can anyone help me

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        <h1 class="hero-title">OUR NEW CURRICULUM</h1>
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          Our efforts to restructure our curriculum with a more project-based
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        <p class="publish-date">March 7, 2019</p>
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        Soon the freeCodeCamp curriculum will be 100% project-driven learning. Instead of a series of coding challenges, you'll learn through building projects - step by step. Before we get into the details, let me emphasize: we are not changing the certifications. All 6 certifications will still have the same 5 required projects. We are only changing the optional coding challenges.
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        After years - years - of pondering these two problems and how to solve them, I slipped, hit my head on the sink, and when I came to I had a revelation! A vision! A picture in my head! A picture of this! This is what makes time travel possible: the flux capacitor!
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        It wasn't as dramatic as Doc's revelation in Back to the Future. It
        just occurred to me while I was going for a run. The revelation: the entire curriculum should be a series of projects. Instead of individual coding challenges, we'll just have projects, each with their own seamless series of tests. Each test gives you just enough information to figure out how to get it to pass. (And you can view hints if that isn't enough.)
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          The entire curriculum should be a series of projects
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<p>No more walls of explanatory text. No more walls of tests. Just one test at a time, as you build up a working project. Over the course of passing thousands of tests, you build up projects and your own understanding of coding fundamentals. There is no transition between lessons and projects, because the lessons themselves are baked into projects. And there's plenty of repetition to help you retain everything because - hey - building projects in real life has plenty repetition.</p>          
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Challenge: Step 15

Link to the challenge:

Last few words of the <p>:

You have:

“real life has plenty repetition.”

Should be:

“real life has plenty of repetition.”

An important part of programming is finding the bug. There are plenty of tools that can help you find the difference if your eyes aren’t doing the job. One such tool is a “diff” checker which will compare two pieces of text (or two files) and point out all the differences. Something like this may come in handy down the road.

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thank you for helping me discover my mistake