Is there any grammatical or historical reason for the fact that all of the English words I have seen starting with the letter "B" seem to be translated into the Greek and start with the letters "μπ"? Is this a fixed rule, are there exceptions to this rule or am I just making too much of coincidence?
This seems to have been a Listening Exercise where it is impossible to know if it is singular or plural and as G.Georgopoulos pointed out only one can be accepted by the database. We have removed this sentence as a Listening exercise to avoid confusion.
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