What is the word pronounced after sigma?
It is a bug! It says ''sigma teliko''. This means ''final sigma''.
Sigma at the end of a word is written as ς and not as σ.
That's hilarious that she says "final sigma" when it's clearly not the final form.
...and I desperately wanted to make an anime joke, but couldn't figure out how to squeeze it in. Something something powered-up sigmas.
You could cross it with a Captain Planet and math joke.
‘By the Σ of your powers...!’
Ah, haha... I was wondering the same thing. Do we need to report it? I'll do it anyway.
That had been bugging me for ages, thanks so much!
Thanks so much for this, I give you lingots!
Just like the ancient Greek! :))
For anyone who is confused, the word after 'sigma' is 'thelico', which means 'the end'.
In this case, actually ‘the final sigma letter’, but the actual text is a medial one.
The answer "The letter s teliko" accepted! Teliko is not English!
The letter σίγμα τελικό γράφεται''ς''
Hi, I just got this exercise from practicing the ABC skill, (translate from Greek to English) and just reported the audio too.
Obviously a bug! It writes το γράμμα σ and says το γράμμα σίγμα τελικό.
I pointed sigma and it said i was wrong
Any ideas how to get my Greek font keyboard to make the "σ" a "telico" s?
Do you mean "ς"?
If you're using a Greek layout, it should be the same key for an English "w".