Zeta (ζ) is generally pronounced /zita/ in UK English, /zeta/ in US.
Spelled out ζήτα in Ancient Greek, pronounced /z͡dɛːta/~/d͡zɛːta/.
In Modern Greek, the language of the course, it's /zita/.
If you hover over the letter you will see the accepted answers. Here the letter was given in Greek so the English equivalent was required not the Greek word.
it was a listening exercise and correct answer was given as ζ, however ζητα should be also correct as for such listening exercise i guess.
Yes, sorry I misunderstood. Actually, I don't think these should be in the listening. Let me check it out. This is not a decision I can make on my own I'll get the team in on it. I really appreciate your letting us know.
Got the same problem. And also think that ζητα should be accepted as correct in the listening.
that moment when you type 'r' and it says 'almost correct'
huh, guess I only mistook it for one letter :P