I appreciate having the free resource, but it's really getting frustrating. "The letter omega" accepts "το γράμμα ω" but not "το γράμμα ωμέγα" while "the letter sigma" accepts "το γράμμα Σίγμα" but not "το γράμμα Σ."
Same frustration. How do i know when the letter itself is what is "correct" and when the name of the letter is marked "wrong"?
What is the rule for when to use ω versus o ? When the spoken sentence says "o" you can mistake one for the other...although the slow enunciation gives it away that the correct answer is omega.
Yeah, I finally heard omega when I wanted confirmation on the slow sound, IOW: It finally spit it out, but, so then I fully typed out omega instead of just the letter -it marked me wrong : ( -But the Reason: the last time with the audio, when it says: "type what you hear", it wanted the whole phonetically given 'morpheme', am I using that word right? At any rate -my point: It won't stay consistent with its own expectations of how it wants us to reply; anyone else getting this? Thanks!
Is there any difference in pronunciation between the two sentences "Το γράμμα ω" and "Το γράμμα ο"?
There is no difference at all, unless you say the names of the letters in full.
Hmm... Then I should have reported it. The voice said "To gramma ó" and not "To gramma omega".
If your reply was to a listening question then I have to point out that unfortunately the system allows only one correct answer for those questions. :( So, with the phrase being "Το γράμμα ω" it will never accept o in its place, despite having the exact same sound.
so there are two correct answers to the audio? or the audio should have been o-mega?
There are two different answers, which should have been correct. The pronunciation of ω and o is the same for both letters.
The audio for this one on my experience said "to gramma o." I was expecting it to say "to gramma omega." Thanks for all the work on building out Greek duolingo! We have a family challenge to see who will finish the pyramid first. :)
is the a greek keyboard ? hard to type the ansver in Greek without keyboard :(