Rank: Ace Attorney
Joined: Mon Sep 26, 2016 11:42 am
I looked it up,and it was Ace Attorney as the search results. So I thought,'Hmm,close enough.'
I'm not an expert on Greek,nor Havel I ever learnt it,but this is how I think they're pronounced:
Epsilon-The E in 'epsilon'
Eta- I think it's a mixture of H and E. I find this one pretty tricky
Theta- 'Th' sound
Xi- 'Xi' sound I think. Kinda like a mixture of x and z
Rho- R (Which is weird because it looks like p)
Sigma- This is interesting. It makes an s sound,but it has two smaller versions. One for normal use (σ) and one for the end of a sentence (ς). Pretty cool
Chi- X I think
Psi- Ps sound
Omega- U/ w / v sound
Lemme know if I got anything wrong. I dunno,it's all Greek to me
Funny story,I originally memorised all the Greek letters because of their frequent usage as variables in science and maths in high school,but ended up learning way too much about them. As in,it's kind of useless since knowing the letters in an alphabet doesn't mean you'll understand it. Oh well
Edit: Whoa some stuff happened
Finished my work
Went on the competition of walking. This time it was way fairer and it was pretty tricky getting to the exit. I tricked them into their own choosing to go to the exit,thus making them lose. Which is epic,because I was about to lose had it not been for that.
UNO round...10, I think. Mostly he's winning again. At least 200 I estimate. Still got a few very good wins though.
Huh that sounds grammatically incorrect but isn't
Anyway the methods by which I won was by using both +4s,a wild then a green five,then by using 4 reverses/ skip turns and a blue five. Pretty cool