This is a common problem with Type what you hear exercises. See for example D_..'s comment over here.
The moderators have deactivated most of these sentences for the listening exercises, but the DuoBot still slips them through once in a while. Hopefully everything will be resolved with the new tree.
Here are some more sentences of this kind:
Το τραίνο/τρένο είναι ένα γρήγορο όχημα.
Το κτίριο/κτήριο είναι τέλειο.
Η συναγωγή είναι δίπλα σε εκείνο το κτίριο.
Αυτοί είναι γρήγοροι.
Αυτοί είναι διαφορετικοί.
Αυτοί είναι δικοί σου.
Αυτοί είναι στο κάστρο.
Ναι, αυτοί είναι πραγματικοί.
Από πού είναι αυτοί;
Αυτή δεν είναι κουρασμένη.
Αυτή δεν είναι φυσιολογική.
Αυτή είναι όμορφη.
Πώς είναι αυτή;
How do i post screenshot?
You will have to upload it to a website somewhere first (e.g. an image-sharing website).
Then post a link to the image in the comments, either on a line of its own, or if you want to try Markdown, like this:
(substituting the correct link, of course)
The word was δημοφιλής, I said "famous", got a green light, it said "popular" as another translation. I've had to go back and double check so many words... An earlier lesson with Προσωπικό as staff, -then- getting Προσωπικό as personal... Greek is mad... It explains a lot about them.
An earlier lesson with Προσωπικό as staff, -then- getting Προσωπικό as personal
το προσωπικό as a noun is "staff"
ένα προσωπικό πράγμα, using προσωπικό as an adjective, is a "personal" thing.
In English, "medium" doesn't mean the same thing as a noun or as an adjective, either -- "John ordered a medium Coke" versus "John is a medium who can speak to spirits":
To add a little bit more to mizinamo's comment: according to the ΛΚΝ προσωπικό happens to be a semantic loan from french, where personnel as an adjective means personal and as a noun staff or ...personnel. It seems that already in Medieval Latin personale (Neuter Singular of personalis - "personal") took on the meaning of staff, but I only found a German reference.
By the way, staff can also be used for a "a long, strong stick held in the hand that is used as a support when walking, as a weapon, or as a symbol of authority".