Isn't "επόπτης" also "supervisor"?
If they are female, does the article change and the noun stay the same?
It's η δικηγόρος και η προϊσταμένη .
I don't know how to make that little umlaut sign on my Mac computer. I have a Greek polytonic conversion but I don't know how to do it. Of course your course keeps marking me wrong every time it comes up.
What does the ϊ mean? Why are there double dots?
It means that you pronounce the ι as it were its own vowel, not as part of the combination οι. In other words, οι is pronounced as the syllable "ee", and οϊ is pronounced as the two syllables "oh-ee".
How do you type the double dot? Where is it on the Greek keyboard?
Press alt+shift together, then the key next to L as you would to add an accent, then the vowel.
Ah - thank you. Quite complicated. I hope you don't use these too often!
No, not too often thankfully. I had to try a few combinations before I managed to type it myself!
Very recently my ο προϊστάμενος was corrected to ο προϊστάμενός. Now today that has been corrected to my original version. Which is correct?