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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.
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.
Hi, I just got this exercise from practicing the ABC skill, (translate from Greek to English) and just reported the audio too.
Any ideas how to get my Greek font keyboard to make the "σ" a "telico" s?