"A man eats bread."
Translation:Ένας άντρας τρώει ψωμί.
How come the pronounciation of "bread" sounds like they are accenting the ω (PSO-mee), when the accent is on the ί? I looked it up on Google Translate to check myself and they pronounced it how i thought it was by the spelling (pso-MEE).
Let me know, by the way this course is awesome!
In a standard QWERTY Windows keyboard you just need to hit the key next to L before the vowel in a Greek keyboard: ; + α = ά. I suppose something similar is the case for Macs. In Android the accented vowel options come up if you hold a vowel key a bit longer, as you would do for numbers. Similarly for iOS I guess? For other keyboard layouts like QWERTZ this could be slightly different.
Yes, like the reply before mine, look for the ";" key and click it BEFORE the vowel, that way you will get the accented vowel. (Same as in Spanish/French). BUT if you have a Latin/Spanish keyboard, you will have to look for the tilde key (the " ´ " or " ' " key) before you click on the vowel.
άρτο is the accusative of άρτος and καθαρεύουσα. Modern Greek uses ψωμί. The word άρτος is still used in compounds: αρτοποιείο bakkery
Ive been at this a while and still cannot figure out how to use the "other" σ for word endings with my keyboard.
ς letter at the end of ΄ένας and άντρας spells like "sh" in english. Is that true? It is not "s"?