Translation:It is impossible.
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In ancient greek many words ended in "ν" in the accusative. When passed over to modern greek, some of those words kept the "ν", some lost it, while some can be used both with and without one.
However, a word of the last kind can only end in "ν" only if it is followed by a vowel, κ, ξ, π, τ, or ψ.
In this instance however, "Είναι αδύνατον" might be used that way in order to sound more archaic and sofisticated.