"The town is very popular."
Translation:Η κωμόπολη είναι πολύ δημοφιλής.
I'm confused. Why does the adjective, δημοφιλής, have a masculine ending when the noun, Η κωμόπολη, is feminine?
Adjectives that end in -ης for masculine nouns end in -ης for feminine and -ες for neutrum nouns. Ο δημοφιλής, η δημοφιλής, το δημοφιλές
Πόλη = city or town. In Greek this word is used for places with over 10000 residents. Κωμόπολη = a small town of 2000 - 10000 residents. Bigger than a village, a town but not a city.
Because of the differences between what the words describe in different languages you cannot really say that πόλη = city but κωμόπολη = town.