Why is νεος in nominative?

By SpeedPocok5, in 'Ancient Greek', Oct 5, 2019.

  1. SpeedPocok5 Member

    Why neos is nominative here?

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  2. Bitmap Civis Illustris

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    The answer is on your sheet ... because it is a predicative that agrees with anthropos.
    The Greek sentence works just like the Spanish one.
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    Btw, hoy in sentence 3 is singular, not plural.
  4. Cinefactus Censor

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    SpeedPocok5 can you make the titles of your threads specific please?
  5. SpeedPocok5 Member

    what do you mean?
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  7. SpeedPocok5 Member

    I think that are my pc issues, I only can post with Safari in this forum.
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    I can give threads normal titles in Safari.
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  9. Cinefactus Censor

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    Otherwise we end up with every thread in the forum titled, "Help with translation", which means you cannot find anything.
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  10. SpeedPocok5 Member

    So, I will put the HW abreviation

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