Thanks a lot for the feedback and encouragement.
I recently changed the Alts for the entries that you’ve cited, plus the following:
ένας, μια, ένα
στον, στην, στο
I did so in response to criticism from a user who was finding it laborious to enter the sequences every time. My solution was to include all three individual responses as Alts. But I hadn’t taken into account auto-complete - thanks for pointing that out!
I created these early levels a few years ago and in hindsight some entries are not really in keeping with the rest of the course, which is intended to be as simple as possible. Ultimately, I am only testing vocab, so I think the best solution is to restrict these five entries to the nominative masculine singular, which is the case with all the adjectives on the course. I think it is reasonable to assume that anyone making a first foray into Greek will teach themselves the declensions of the articles/αυτός. I have changed the entries accordingly, but have kept the Alts for feminine and neuter forms.
With regard to the audio, it is above all a question of time. I did try to include forvo audio files a while back, but I found it very time-consuming and I wasn’t happy with the audio quality for some words. That said, now that I’ve completed the actual course, I will try to find time to gradually add the audio files.
I’ve just begun to start working through “Most important words in Greek”, which will definitely keep me occupied for a while! Inevitably, there is some crossover with my course, but despite my initial skepticism about the more obscure words, I am enjoying the variety of the course and really appreciate your continued work to improve and expand it.