In order to have it the adjective would have to be: 'δημοφιλές' which is neuter.
It's "ο δημοφιλής, and η δημοφιλής, but το δημοφιλές
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Good catch. Thank you. The second "she" is possible but "αυτός" must be "He".
I was marked wrong for 'He said he was famous' (which in English is the normal idiomatic way of saying 'He said he is famous'. One of the answers given as 'correct' doesn't make sense: 'He said that he has famous'. I think there is an error here.
Yes, we have "He said that he was famous." in the incubator but of course, it is equally correct without "that". It's been edited. I don't understand where it says: "He said that he has famous." Where did you see it? Perhaps has is a typo for was? Please let us know where it was so we can alter it.
It didn't accept " He said that she is famous" and corrected it as " He said that she is popular". I thought either should be correct! (Level 4 past tense excercise)
Could this be he is popular. Not sure what indicates that it is:- She is popular
Yes, this is correct as "He said he she it is popular" so whichever you used should have been accepted.
It the same that :"He said that he (she) is famous". Where is the mistake??