Greek: Tsepi / Turkish: Cep
Τσέπη does come from the Turkish cep, originated from Arabic. ^.^
τσέπη = 'džep' in serbian
Maybe a really stupid question... but sometimes there is an apostrophe (') in the beginning of the sentence. Does this also have a meaning? Is it to put emphasis on the first letter?
I mean this > (Έ) χω
That is the accute accent, not an apostrophe. Ά, ά, Έ, έ, Ή, ή, Ί, ί, Ό, ό, Ύ, ύ, Ώ, ώ.
Ooo... I see. Thank you :)
How about 'I have a pocket' ? Surely that should also be accepted as a correct answer. When i wrote that it was given as incorrect :(
It's an accepted answer. Please make sure to check your answers and use the report option in case you believe your answer should have been accepted.
Said the kangaroo.