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Dear Eddy, I've met the same problem than you. Unfortunately you wrote it three months ago, and I can't see any changes, the lesson is still wrong. What about you? Have you been stuck there, at the first lesson, since that? I suppose so, but I just want to make sure... What a pitty!
I like this. I've been waiting to learn Greek for a while now as my wife's family is Greek.
I registered for this course and began getting emails to get in here and do my daily reminder. As a starting point, am I supposed to go anywhere to actually learn? Or does DuoLingo work by jumping straight in to tests. An observation is that the pronunciation of this work is a bit hard to understand but perhaps that is because it is a Greek sound which my ears are unaccustomed to?
On windows 7 and 8 you can install new virtual keyboards. I don't know the process for 7 but someone in this thread does. For 8, go into settings (the NEW settings, not control panel), go to time and language, add a language, select greek and if you like you can install the language pack as well.
If that's too difficult, maybe save greek for the phone app and download a greek touch keyboard for your phone!
I have a question. I'm struggling with the first ABC's lesson. Greek alphabet is pretty new to me. I don't know which character corresponds to what sound which leads me to getting my answers wrong. Most of the time, I make an educated guess. My question is, is there a part in this course where you just learn the alphabet, its sounds and their respective names?