I dont have the greek letter setting on my phon e so it wont let me pass to the next level. How do i fix this?
By installing a Greek keyboard on your phone.
I've already tried that
Doesn't work for Kindle :(
At setting in your phone you can add languages. Just search in settings
How can i do these excercises w/o greek keyboard.
To gramma epsilon to gramma tau
I cant type the correct letters i dont have greek keyboard on phone
I cant type the correct letters I dont have a greek keyboard
Does anyone know how to rapidly shift from English keyboard to Greek? And on that vein, how can I add accent marks? (I use a Chromebook.)
I can't install a Greek keyboard.... How do I get past?
I dont have the greek keyboard
Please use the magnifier icon in the Greek discussions main menu and look for any discussion you want.
I don't have Greek letter keyboard thing from my phone and I've already tried installing a Greek keyboard but it still isn't working so how do I pass
Please use the search bar, read my comment above.
I dont have a greek keyboard, so it would be nice if these question were optional, like the ones you have to listen to.
The whole course would have to be optional, in that case.
No Greek keyboard provided. Duolingo now a source of major disappointment :(
Just read the comments before posting.
I hope you can fix this soon. If the website does not offer me Greek letters to select, I can't respond. I don't have the Greek alphabet on my computer.
I wrote the same letter but longer, I put epsilon instead of e and it was wrong
In case you reported the answer, then, from what I see, your answer was "the letter eplison".
I can not seem to get the accent marks on my phone keyboard. Any suggestions?
the letter η comes up as a suggestion for e but is marked as typo. I understand its probably wrong but needs to be removed as suggestion if possible
When hovering over 'e' in the sentence, the possible 'translations' are 'ε', 'έψιλον' and 'η'. However, 'το γράμμα η' is not an accepted answer. Should this be the case, or are 'ε' and 'η' transliterated differently?