alphabet "words" should be excluded from skills once you pass that far
It produces meaningless phrases like "ν άνανας" where the correct answer is "Ni pineapple".
Can't emphasise this enough. A whole strengthen skills lesson just went to the alphabet again
Make sure you go through it not using the hints (not that you'd have any reason to). It'll be golden for a very long while soon enough. Then it's unlikely the whole tree strengthen skills (which does tend to just be on one unit any given time) will target that lesson again.
Spaced repetition systems, I think, have an inherent rockiness as they figure out where you are. Remember that what works for you won't make sense for everybody: not everybody who shows up for the Greek course comes knowing the names of these characters. The fact that these characters have some individual significance in Western languages and cultures solely of their own accord is probably part of why the course creators set up these units this way. It is different than how the Russian and Hebrew courses start off, for example. And the Hebrew one is widely panned b/c it's just too hard.
Whole tree strengthen skills can get annoying after being around for months and well mastering a good deal more than just the very first skill because eventually everything ungilds. Just pick the units you want to focus on.
I think they should modified the style in questions in this part of the language. For instance, Memrise teaches the Arabic alphabet this way: Each letter is a new word. But it does not ask a translation. I don't know if it is any way to restrict the type of questions in this part. I think that DL cannot do this. But for languages with different alphabet is too weird to ask to translate the letter, even it can be understood it easily. It is wrong.
I believe it is a requirement of the entire Duo system that each "word" be included in three separate sentences. (or at least that those percentages everyone reads too much into about how far things are along in the incubator revolves around that)
This is a purely personal list of GREEK RESOURCES that I've checked. It's not exhaustive nor guaranteed accurate.
It's wiki and it's very good: wiki =https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Modern_Greek_grammar Very good and full.
wiki brief Very good though brief.
-- brief Brief but good.
http://moderngreekverbs.blogspot.gr/2008/03/i-drink-bere.html Good verb conjugations but the wallpaper is distracting. ==http://moderngreekverbs.blogspot.gr/2008/03/i-drink-bere.html
PODCAST: podcast Hellenic American Union Podcasts. Very good audio. All Greek but simple.==http://www.hau.gr/?i=learning.en.podcasts-in-greek
GOOD AUDIO: audio == http://www.surfacelanguages.com/greek/basic-greek-grammar.html Good audio
audio Good audio Eng and Greek ==http://www.goethe-verlag.com/book2/EN/ENEL/ENEL002.HTM
A list of lists: :-) rawlings Good though short list of resources. One of my favorites. ==http://rawlangs.com/2013/04/23/ten-ways-to-learn-greek-for-free/
various Not Grammar but interesting. ==http://www.greektravel.com/index.html#Introduction
DICTIONARIES *(No online dictionary is completely reliable. They only translate literally which can be far from the actual meaning. So, use with care."
lexilogos My all time favorite. ==http://www.lexilogos.com/english/greek_dictionary.htm
lexi I have not tried this.==http://www.lexicool.com/greek-dictionary-translation.asp
VOCABULARY: memrise- ==
Vocabulary: Some specialties: vocab Interesting grammar for hotel employees but not only == http://www.jobtrust.gr/en/for-aplicants/basic-greek-vocabulary
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