On the "type what you hear" exercise, I wrote this out as "το γράμμα κάππα" and was marked wrong, but that should be acceptable, right?
I'd say your response (among others) is right. The Duolingo Owl should remember that in languages, there are often several right answers
Yes, having an answer rejected does not mean it's incorrect simply that it may not have been added by the contributors. Or that the computer that grades the answers has a glitch. The ABC skill does that sometimes.
Please go on and you'll find I'm sure that other skills don't have these issues.
If something is reject and you believe it shoulf be accepted please let us know. We can either add it to the correct answers or explain why it was not added. In either case, you'll be learning and helping us include every possible correct alternative for the benefit of all Duo learners.
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 accents etc.
https://www.duolingo.com/comment/22040507 It will also help you learn the alphabet and where to find other
THE GREEK ALPHABET https://www.duolingo.com/comment/22424028
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.
Read the Tips & notes right below the list of lessons on your Homepage
Read the drop down hints. Pass your cursor over a word and a list of words will appear.
These are the official Duolingo guidelines which you should read. https://www.duolingo.com/guidelines And these will answer lots of questions about how Duo works. https://www.duolingo.com/comment/8000024
If you have questions just ask.
i was marked as wrong for inputting καππα when the audio gives no way to differentiate
Yes, sorry about that. That has been an issue for some time and we are trying to fix it. Here is a link to help you become familiar with the Greek alphabet,
So, try to go on to other skills which you'll find have far fewer issues.