he - ο δικός,
she - η δική,
it - το δικό,
they (masc.) - οι δικοί,
they (fem.) - οι δικές,
they (neut.) - τα δικά
Why is δικοι necessary in here, and in other cases - not?
The tips and notes don't give any indication of which word goes with each person/number - they give δικό for all of them!!!!
Wouldn't saying οι δικοί μας be correct as well? Even a previous exercise said both would be correct
Is there a preferred word for man? άνδρας or άντρας?
The latter is the one used more often and the first one is more formal, but nobody is going to bat an eye, anyways ;)
Why not dikes mas, antres and dikes i would expect, is that an exception.
"Δικές" requires the presence of a feminine noun.
I wonder why all of a sudden an "-ες" ending relates to female? Other cases it is assigned to male nound, correct? It's frustrating that this changes with plural possessive.
What do you mean exactly? Did you have άντρας--->άντρες in mind?
It was δικές μας in a prior example in this same lesson. It was strange that it did not match the definite article οι but the ending of άντρες. Now in this question the answer us δικοί as opposed to δικές.
The exercises are incoherent. In the previous level the same sentence was corrected to ... δικες μας. So which one is correct?