"Every person has flaws."
Translation:Każdy człowiek ma wady.
Grammatically, it's singular. "Każdy" is singular", "człowiek" is singular, and so is the English "person", after all.
A person would be singular but by defenision every person Must be plural surely- but I am sure you are correct in this context. Just call me confused
Hi Confused! Well, I'd say that in such a sentence, you treat every single person as an individual. Luka Modrić has flaws. Barack Obama has flaws. Tiger Woods has flaws. Chuck Norris... okay, wrong example. Robert De Niro has flaws. Everyone has flaws. And that's why it's singular.