Translation:Αυτός ο άντρας
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On my Android the final ς is found on the top left of the Greek keyboard...above the normal Σ. Hope that works for you. Or sometimes if you click on a letter and hold it for an extra second other options appear...accents etc. If these don't work get back to us and I'll ask someone who has a Galaxy.
Try these out they have been created for new members of the course.
The Greek alphabet: how to learn it, how to access the Greek keyboard....and much more.
THE GREEK ALPHABET
HOW TO GET THE GREEK KEYBOARD These links will not only show you how to get the Greek keyboard but also how to find the Greek letters on it, how to add accents etc.
And here is another to help you navigate Duolingo
FAQ - General Questions, Bugs & Reports https://www.duolingo.com/comment/23799672
Some simple hints to get you started:
- Always read the comments before posting.
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I have just been to Crete. When I talked to the Creetans and told them I am practicing greek and said "antoras" as the Duolingo voice has taught me, the people there said it is andras or antras not the to sound in the middle. Is this because the robot voice sounds wrong? Or does Cretan greek sound diffrent from other greek?
Ok, first of all in Greek you say what you see (with some exceptions, but not many) so since there's no o in the middle of "άντρας"/"άνδρας" you don't pronounce it. I don't hear any on the audio but that's computer-generated TTS. So, to make it even clearer try out this link to hear native Greek speakers: