This word has two "η" pronounced as "ee" and a "δ" pronounced as a soft "d" as in "the"
So the pronounciation is "eedee" with a soft "d".
I am asked to translate to English when I am not yet taught the translation. So I automatically get a wrong answer.
If you are in regular lesson mode, the word is clickable, showing the English translation.
I might be wrong so correct me if that's the case - don't you also use this word to mean ''yet'?
Thanks! Sorry, this is why I shouldn't trust my friends with their suggestions:D
No problem, we all make mistakes and may miss something no matter how obvious it might be! But in this case I cannot see how it could work, nor did I find anything to support that match. Unless someone comes up with a good example I'd say split the two meanings in the two Greek words as well. :)
Is there any difference in the pronunciation of "η,ή" and "ι,ί"? Or the combination "αι, αί"? Also the same with "Ω, ο" and all it's possibilities? Most sources say there isn't, I just need conformation haha
why do they test us on words when we haven't even learned the whole alphabet. i thought this was the ABC's section
Hello, what's the difference between "ήδη" and "κιόλασ" please ? I thought both mean "already" !! Does it depend on the context ?
When I write "ηδη" the app says im wrong. When I write, "η ηδη" it says I am wrong too... Wtp ?
Hello...I am travelling for awhile and have lost my Greek keyboard... How can I carry on with my practice...Please help !I am at level 15
Are you in mobile or pc? If you are in PC, go to Configuration, then keyboard and add language. You'll be able to ωrιτε ιΝ Ενεrγ ΙαΝgυαgε!
I was asked to translate this and no excersice previously told me what it was :/