"There is no proof of that."
Translation:Δεν υπάρχει απόδειξη για αυτό.
Thank you! RE ένδειξη/απόδειξη, I have to unlearn what I originally learned in someone else's Memrise course now ;-)
Quick question, while you're here: for αποδεικνύω (and the other -δεικνύω words), is the -δείχνω or -δεικνύω variant more commonly used? My dictionary seems to prefer the former but I've only been seeing the latter lately.
I have been taught (and I see evidence everywhere) that υπάρχει and έχει are almost interchangeable. Υπάρχει and υπάρχουν are used with the nominative case, and έχει (to be compared with French il y a from avoir and Spanish hay from haber = to have) with accusative. Υπάρχει ένας άντρας στον κήπο OR Έχει έναν άντρα στον κήπο. If this is correct, maybe the alternative έχει should be added to the possible answers where now only υπάρχει is considered correct.