"The new men."
I guess, I tried just 31 times to end strenten skills, don't stop trying, Trwałość płaci !
Why is there a ź towards the end of the word for men rather than the normal z?
As far as I remember, there is no ending "zni" in Polish. "z" gets palatalized in this situation.
In Polish "ten" , when decrribing a noun , has to match gender, number and case with the noun.
ten is singular masculine.
ci is plural masculine personal.
The man - Ten mężczyzna
The men Ci mężczyźni
Nowi mężczyźni - Mężczyźni nowi
Is it forbidden to use the attribute after the noun?
Not without an important reason. And if you want, you can read about those here: https://www.duolingo.com/comment/21465404
'niedźwiedź brunatny' = 'brown bear', the species.
'brunatny niedźwiedź' = a bear that is brown (well, 'brunatny' is not a basic word for 'brown', but let's leave it aside).
You used the wrong form of the adjective. "nowy" is masculine singular, "mężczyźni" are plural. 'masculine personal plural'.
Well, not for all plural nouns. In fact, for a relatively small amount. You have the 'masculine personal plural' "nowi" and the 'not masculine-personal plural' "nowe".
Yes, this second plural has the same form as neuter singular.