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Dear @Ericka2708, "eeta already" has not a meaning itself, obviously. While "ήτα ήδη" has a definite sense instead: ήτα (η) is the letter the word ήδη starts with. Try to think something like... - a apple - bee banana - cee contact - dee danger ... an so on It's just a common first approach to a new language (I well remember when I was a child, this kind of puzzle with the letter and the picture ;)
It's not meant to mean anything more than an introduction to the letter ήτα and a very simple word using that letter. This is still the first skill which teaches the alphabet. Don't worry the sentences get better as they go on. You can get help by reading the Tips & notes at the start of the skill, and the comments on the Discussion page.
Here's a little trick. Look at the top of this page. You see "ήτα ηδη' now with your cursor hover over the letters. Under ήτα you will see: eeta, ee,eta and below ηδη you will see already. These are the answer to the exercise. So, you can write: eeta, already or ee already or eta already. That's it. The program has these answers as correct, it's a machine if you use anything else it will reject it. Try it, don't worry about "now" later that will be in another lesson.