I see. So it's not correct. I tried comparing it with Spanish, where the right way is to place the adjective after the noun; but it's not technically wrong to place it before, either. It just looks unusual. I figured here the reverse could be true. Thanks for clarifying!
The audio should be checked periodically because you can't get the question right when the pronunciation is so bad...Το νόστιμο φρούτο. I am hearing a b or v sound as the first letter in νόστιμο when I put it in google translate it sounds like an N or ν nu in greek... When I understood it as an nu sound I was easily able to interpret the word from audio.
το νοστιμο φρουτα since I am dependent upon the interpreter to get the pronunciation correct...I would think that duolingo would take a minute to listen to the recording at both fast and slow speeds to make sure the pronunciation is correct...how can you spell something correctly from an audio that has an interpreter that is mispronouncing the words...very frustrating the word for delicious το νοστιμο φρουτα sounds like it starts with a b or a v not an greek nu.
It says type what you hear. No Greek keyboard is provided. So I translate the Greek into English and type. When I type "the delicious fruit" it pings that it is wrong and Greek letters/phrases show up. Please let the student know whether to translate into Greek or English. As no Greek keyboard is provided, it leaves the impression that you want it translated into English.
You need to access your Greek keyboard on you device....pc, phone etc
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