Translation:I find an orange and I take it.
The question had a missing word, no sound (from memory - not that it would help if you've never heard the word before), no drop down clue boxes, and only three "button" options to choose from. PS: These questions seem to be the most inconsistant - ie usually missing the sound or no introduction to a word before using it in a question. PPS: I was an IT instructional designer, tech writer, system tester, programmer etc, so think of my comments as from a System Tester rather than criticism.
Your comments are appreciated and we want to get to the bottom of this.
These questions seem to be the most inconsistant - ie usually missing the sound or no introduction to a word before using it in a question.
When you say "These questions" are you referring to a specific kind of exercise? I'm assuming it wasn't Listening. By "three button options" do you mean there were three words to choose from, or three sentences. Any info you could give would help. This is the first time we've had this problem and hope we aren't having a glitch of some kind.
To the best of my knowledge (I've only been doing Greek DL for 3 weeks) it occurred when there the there were three words to choose from or "Fill in the missing word" - and not all of the time. And sometimes when there wer 3 sentences to choose from.
From an ex-programers' perspective, it was all caused by a particular programmer or programming team.It was the group of lessons called "Verbs.PR 1". MANY of "tests" in this group (EXCEPT the "Listen and write in Greek" ones appeared to be inconsistent programming. ALSO sometimes there was sound when viewing the drop down box, and for other questions there was no sound when viewing the drop-down box. NOTE: I use a mobile phone because my PC is old (WinXP) and not connected to internet most of the time.