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Gray_Rose, I responded in English, xee iota, because that is what I heard, and my answer was rejected. BUT I think I am beginning to figure out what is being wanted in this and similar exercises. ξ (ks) + ι (ee) = xee. Like b + e = be (B)? I don't know. I may be completely wrong, and it is confusing, but this is what is working for me now.
I responded in English, zee iota, because that is what I heard, and my answer was rejected. But I think I am beginning to figure out what is being wanted in this and similar exercises. ξ (ks) + ι (ee) = xee. I may have this completely wrong, and would appreciate some feedback on whether this assumption is correct. Also, it helps for me to have printed out the alphabet tips from the very first lesson, I am referring to it often when I have some confusion. For the past 20 years my brain still struggles to keep straight the upper case Υ with its lower case υ for Ypsilon and lower case γ with its upper case Γ for Gama.
And while this is the fun and challenge of learning a new language, I am glad I have some previous knowledge of the alphabet from Koine Greek, otherwise it would take great persistence to make it past the basics. I think it would be helpful if the the program gave more explicit tips at the beginning of the course but that is what this assistance is for in the comment section.
The audio doesn't sound anything like the letter ξ. It sounds like a bad computer voice is saying ξ followed by ι -- at least that might explain it. The female voice is very much better, and I am glad it seems to become more frequent. I hope that soon all will be that female voice!