I wrote α and it didnt count :( how was i supposed to know they wanted it spelled out
The pronunciation of gamma seems strange to me, shouldn't it be a harder "g"
It would be good to remind us that it should be written in Greek! Also, why not accept the Greek letter 'α' instead of only the name of the letter ?
Seeing as how they expect us to use "Greek-lish" translations of all of the first activites, when did it change to require Greek keyboard letters?
Yes, except of course for the fact that g does not really sound like the Greek gamma... And the accents indicate the stressed vowels: toh grAmma Alfa.
HELP! There is a system to change rapidly the keyboard? Or, at least, is it possible to group the replies to be written in Greek/English? I started this comment by writing "ΗΕΛΠ"!!
The fastest way to change from one keyboard to another on a PC (or Mac) is by using keyboard shortcuts. On a PC, it's usually Alt+Shift or something similar and in any case you can set a combination that works best for you in the settings. Don't waste time by selecting keyboards with a mouse. For mobile devices all it takes is pressing a globe key or similar - it all depends on the specific device.
The sequence of the questions is set automatically by the system, so single-language answers cannot be grouped together. Don't worry though, it doesn't take much time to get used to using more than one keyboards! It does mean that you will find yourself typing with the wrong keyboard every other sentence, it happens to all of us all the time, you just erase, switch and start typing again! :) (I'm still not sure whether having different keyboards between different programs makes things worse, but I always set my computer to allow it...)