"got" VS "gotten" as the past participle form of "get"
My dictionary has both "got" and "gotten" as the past participle form of "get". So I wrote "Since I'd never got any postcard...." but my correcter changed "got" into "gotten". I told her that my dictionary has both as the past participle form of "get". She said,
"That's interesting. I've definitely heard people say "got" but I assumed it was a more colloquial version of "gotten." Maybe I've just been around people who speak strangely and that's why I say "gotten"! But if they are both in your dictionary, then you can probably use either one."
If I exactly understand her comment, she respects my dictionary but think that using "got" is strange. Right? Do you agree with her?