The English sentence is somehow questionable, but at least it should be noted that in Greek the adjective προφανώς can go at the beginning of the sentence, before or after the verb, or at the end of the sentence depending what we want to emphasize
It had been added a minute before I saw this. :-)) Thank you.
Καθαρά is suggested as a hover-hint for 'clearly', but is not accepted? I reported it but I'm not sure where the error is, so if someone could explain I'd be grateful :)
Προφανώς = obviously
On the banknotes Euro is written with omikeon, not with omega. Is it wrong?
If you look carefully you will see "Euro" written three times.
The top one is: EURO the second one is ΕΥΡΩ and the bottom one is "EBPO"
The second one is the Greek ... check out the Ω and you will see it's a Greek omega perhaps the capital letters confused you.