"Where is aunt Toma?"
Translation:Де тітка Тома?
where should I go to learn how to write the words ? where can I go to learn their alphabet
No чоча or тета? Seems overly strict allowing only for a single translation for such a basic word?!
If my keyboard has no Cyrillic letters, I will always have it wrong. What should I do?
"де Títka Toma?" Was my Exact response! but it was counted as incorrect. Any reasoning on why this could be?
I think you used the wrong alphabet. "Де тітка Тома" is in Cyrillic, but your sentence, "де Títka Toma", has only one word in Cyrillic (де). Ukrainian uses the Cyrillic alphabet which even though some letters look like Latin letters, they are different. If you were trying to sound out the pronunciation then you have to write out the whole sentence in Latin letters not just two words so it would be "de titka toma"