The drop down hints shows η which is the lower case of Η.
A full explanation of the Greek alphabet can be found in the Tips & notes to first three skills:
Find them here,
TIPS TO HELP YOU LEARN + HOW TO REPORT A PROBLEM
As well as in the links given on the Greek Forum here
HINTS ON HOW TO LEARN THE MODERN GREEK ALPHABET and HOW TO GET THE GREEK KEYBOARD
Here is the link for the Tips & notes to the ABC Skill:
Sorry, for the confusion. The start of every lesson is difficult which is why we prepare so many links to assist the learner.
Thank you for the links, that's helpful. I had quit using the Greek language on DL because unlike with the Spanish and German courses, there were no learning tips or anything with the first learning modules, so I was working through it on trial and error, which is a bit frustrating. I haven't gone back yet to see if this has been updated, hopefully it will be because I think Greek is a fascinating language! But doing the trial and error to figure out when to use the various articles makes it challenging for sure. But maybe it will stick with me better in the long run :-)
there were no learning tips
All Skills on the web and Android version have Tips ¬es and have had them for at least the five years that I've used them. If you are working on another device you may not have access. There should be no need for trial and error. If you give us more information we might be able to help.
Where have you had problems looking for the correct article or any other aspect. We will add any that are missing.
The word bank is pronouncing "Η" as "ήτα" but I'm pretty sure in this instance it should pronounce it more like the English "ee"; but I don't know because I don't speak Greek and I'm not sure what it should sound like, and the program isn't modeling what it should sound like - it's just giving the name of the letter instead.