It's kapa, but I think you're quite right, the Greek pronunciation of π is just a little way towards the english b, (And in some islands more so than others.)
The proper pronunciation is "P" as mentioned above. We cannot go into all the diverse regional pronunciations that may exist. It is best for learners to have one correct example.
"P" as in Pancakes, Potato, Pumpkin Pie I think I'm hungry. :-) Have a great day.
HOW TO ADD THE GREEK ALPHABET TO YOUR KEYBOARD
Here are some links to easily convert your keyboard to enable you to use both Latin and Greek characters as you need. We have found these easy to install and simple to use.
HOW TO ADD THE GREEK ALPHABET TO YOUR KEYBOARD Here are some links to easily convert your keyboard to enable you to use both Latin and Greek characters as you need. We have found these easy to install and simple to use. For Windows
Don't forget to read the Tips Notes (top left of page) which has a lot of information.
You will also find HOW TO USE LATIN CHARACTERS FOR THE GREEK IN THE TIPS NOTES.
Use the HOVER DROP DOWN HINTS And of course, ask us if you have any other questions. Best of luck.
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Another sentence which causes problems in '
Type what you hear' exercises: κάππα or κ? (I went for κάππα and got it wrong.)
I don't think it's necessary to tell you that both "kappa'' and "kapa" and yes even k are accepted in the incubator. We've reported this again and againg. Oh, btw was this on the Tree or another area Strengthen etc. that might help. the good news is that we are going to redo the ABCs and make them much clearer and much more user-friendly.
I mentioned this only because I thought you were collecting these sentences to deactivate them for 'Type what you hear exercises'. Anyway, it was a 'Type what you hear' exercise which came up while doing the general 'Strengthen skills' (as opposed to "specific" Strengthen excercises for a specific subject/lesson).
Jacob I think you misunderstood my "tone of voice" I was agreeing with you that your answer was correct and wondering why it had been rejected. Thanks for the info and as always we appreciate your input. Yes, it will all be reported.
CA/US/Greek keyboard, type: k
'Κάππα/κάπα' Greek name
'Kapa' English name
The Greek letter for p is π, while ρ is r. Therefore, καρρα = karra.
This sentence discussion is for translating Greek to English, so κάππα isn't really a good English translation....
That said, this whole unit is a bit of a mess and frustrating and it's hard to see what is expected.
I think we would do well to be lenient here, as long as the "sentences" are the way they are.
It's just the Greek name of the letter. Like "aitch" is the English name of the letter "h", κάππα is the Greek name of the letter κ.
No -- it's "kappa" (κάππα), not "karra" (κάρρα).
The Greek letter Ρ ρ sounds like "r"; the one that sounds like "p" is Π π.
It asked for the English translation.... Then said I was wrong and said the correct answer was in Greek lol. Great start fml.
Yes, we know that this Skill leaves a lot to be desired. It is the main reason we have begun a New Tree. I haven't heard of this particular glitch but I'm not surprised.
If you get past the ABC skill things will be a lot better.
I'm really sure you'll see the difference and if you find any problem let us know and we'll do our best to edit it immediately.
This particular error is from the Duobot over which we have no control.
The letter "κ" in capital control is "Κ" it pronounced "kapa"= "κάπα" and it is the tenth letter of greek alphabet
The letter "κ" is in capital controls "Κ" it is pronounced "κάπα" (kapa) and it is the tenth letter of greek alphabet :)
How to change the English keyboard to the Greek keyboard. I need help. Help help help !!!