"You and I ."
Translation:Εσύ και εγώ.
Quite right! And the reason that ego relates to oneself is because it is the Latin word for 'I'. So, in fact, the Greek and Latin words were identical.
I guess you mean εσύ και εμένα as in 'you and me'. Well, this is impossible in Greek, as it formally is in English too (unless after a preposition or when verb objects).
Εσύ και εγώ είμαστε καλά. = You and I are well.
Αυτός είδε εσένα και εμένα. = He saw you and me.
no, but for now I just use the greek virtual keyboard that you can find on google
Duh, what's google? :P Why didn't I think of that? What a silly bunt! Ευχαριστώ πολύ Π
You must press the semicolon key
then type the vowel you need.
ά έ ή ί ό ύ
What about the other accents like grave, circumflex, etc for Windows 10?
Those accents are not present in Modern Greek. If you want them however, change the Greek keyboard layout to polytonic, and it uses all those keys ; ' [ ]
I haven't discovered a way yet, but you can always pop the English into Google translate, check that it is a correct translation, then copy and paste. Also, you could hover over an English word to get the Greek translation and copy and paste that. That has to be quite a smooth move, otherwise it keeps disappearing :)
There are several ways. You can download a keyboard from Google on any android device, you can configure your Windows 10 PC with it, or you can use the keyboard of the Google translator.
I always open https://www.lexilogos.com/keyboard/greek_modern.htm when I do Greek lessons. I type the answers into that, copy them and paste them into Duo.
but it's so much simpler if you install the Greek keyboard (PC and/or smartphone). Then you can switch keyboards with (window icon)-space on the PC or with the space-bar on the smartphone. And on the PC there's a place which tells you which keyboard you're using (ασ ιφ υοθ διδν'τ κνος).