"Psee and soul"
Translation:ψ και ψυχή
Just keep re-wiring! It will work eventually. You could add Russian, where "y" is an "u" to make things funnier. Or Japanese, and suddenly the Greek letters will seem like a piece of cake. ;o) Nah, just kidding. If you concentrate on Greek, your brain's abilities will surprise you after a while!
On my phone (Galaxy s10) when I am typing there is an options button directly to the left of my spacebar, from there I am taken to a menu, theres a "languages and types" option that allows me to enable any language keyboard that I want.
After I do that I just swipe my keyboard and it changes to whatever language I have enabled.
This link will teach you the Greek letters, show you where to find them on the keyboard, how to write accents and more.
This also shows the alphabet but also How to get the keyboard and has lots of resources. Keep it for reference.
HOW TO GET THE GREEK KEYBOARD
These links will not only show you how to get the Greek keyboard but also how to find the Greek letters on it, how to add accent
THE GREEK ALPHABET >https://www.duolingo.com/comment/22424028 s etc.
And here is another to help you navigate Duolingo FAQ - General Questions, Bugs & Reports https://www.duolingo.com/comment/23799672
Some simple hints to get you started:
1.Always read the comments before posting.
2.Read the Tips & notes, on the first page of each lesson you’ll see TIPS. Click on that.
3.This is very important. Read the drop-down hints. Pass your cursor over a word and a list of words will appear. The top word/phrase is usually the best choice.
If you have questions just ask.
This is the first Skill and it is showing you what the Greek letters look and sound like to make it possible to learn the language.
The letter is ψ and it sounds like "psee" in English.
And here is a word using that letter ψυχή which means "soul".
The Tips & notes for this Skill will show you the whole alphabet, where to find the letter on the keyboard, etc, etc.
Tips & hints for the ABC Skill
But it would all be easier if you followed these rules:
TIPS TO HELP YOU LEARN + HOW TO REPORT A PROBLEM
And check out the Greek Forum here with more links. https://forum.duolingo.com/topic/936