Anyone have any tricks for learning this new alphabet? I feel like even though I'm getting the answers right, I'm not sure I'm really understanding it well. Does it just get better after a while or is there something I can do to help that?
Thank you very much!!! I have added Phi and Phee as alternative sounds for the letter φ
Thanks :) I'll help as much as I can !
you could also add them to the web bank. I think phi is more accepted.
it came to the Cyrillic graphic from Greek)) we have it for the same sound - Фф
As you may know, St. Cyril who devised the Cyrillic, was Greek. There are many similarities in Cyrillic.
Yes. He used the Greek alphabet as the basis of the Cyrillic alphabet.
Your attention please!
The pronunciation of the new "male" TTS voice is incorrect. I reported it.
how do you answer this with an English keyboard?
You'll have to install a Greek keyboard to do this course I think.
I was wondering the same thing.
Whydoes Duolingo teach us fi, fee and phee, rather than just one (I'd do phee, or the more common one, phi). Good that their accepted, but may confuse some (or not?)
I bought an English/Greek external keyboard. Switch language at the toolbar on the laptop/p. c..
You can try making flashcards. They really help!
The male voice clearly says "To gramma fiota" and I don't know why