Changes between Initial Version and Version 2 of Ticket #31937


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    1 I can't translate strings such as "2 weeks" to Hebrew and Arabic properly. There is a word in Hebrew and a word in Arabic for 2 weeks, but I get an error message "`The expression '%d' is not present in the translation`" in Transifex and also `msgfmt -vc django.po` raises exceptions. In some languages, with some plural forms, such as `n == 1` or `n == 2`, we don't need `%d` to be present in the translation. Also "1 week" can be written in words "one week", also in Hebrew, and I think it's a better translation than "1 week". I also think English can use "one week" instead of "1 week" (but in English, there is the issue of capital letters).
     1I can't translate strings such as "2 weeks" to Hebrew and Arabic properly. There is a word in Hebrew and a word in Arabic for 2 weeks, but I get an error message "`The expression '%d' is not present in the translation`" in Transifex and also `msgfmt -vc django.po` raises exceptions. In some languages, with some plural forms, such as `n == 1` or `n == 2`, we don't need `%d` to be present in the translation. Also "1 week" can be written in words "one week", also in Hebrew, and I think it's a better translation than "1 week". I also think English can use `"one week"` instead of `"%d week"` ("1 week", but in English, there is the issue of capital letters).
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