"pi" could be pronounced more ways than one; "pee" is pretty hard to misinterpret the pronunciation of.
Π π ϖ | πάγος págos ice |
· P p Ps P's) · English alphabet 16th letter, called pee and written in the Latin script. · https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/P#Etymology_1 · ]
· Π π ϖ · Pe Pee Pi (/paɪ/; uppercase Π, lowercase π and ϖ; Greek: πι [pi]) · Greek alphabet 16th letter, representing the sound [p] · derived from the Phoenician letter Pe · Letters that arose from pi include Cyrillic Pe (П, п), Coptic pi (Ⲡ, ⲡ), and Gothic pairthra · https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Π · ]
Why is "το γράμμα π" not accepted? In a similar exercise, just writing the letter was accepted (το γράμμα ξ).
Yes, confusing. Sometimes spelling out the letter name is wrong too, it asks for the character. How to know which is which?
Make your mind up DL one time it says p & wants π next time it wants πι and there's no way of telling except WHATEVER version I put it wants the other one! How are we supposed to know????
It should be “pi” (?) Or is it because in English it’s pronounced /PAI/?