Yes, and it should be accepted now, but unfortunately it takes some time for the changes we make in the Incubator to be active for users (sometimes as long as two weeks).
Still, please report (with the button in the lesson, not in the discussion) if it's not accepted, it's still possible something got missed!
I'll tell you a secret - I'm hoping everyone else who comes to the discussion wanting to say that it should be accepted (and not asking if it should be) will read my comment and report it correctly too!
Κόρη • Korē "the girl" • Cora • Goddess of Spring's Beauty • Girl, Maiden, Virgin •
Περσεφονη Persephone, also called Kore (/ˈkɔːriː/ KOR-ee; Greek: Κόρη; "the maiden")- Kόρη Korē • Κουρη Kourē • was the Hellenic mythology cult epitaph, title, indicating the Domain of the Diety for • Περσεφονη - Kόρη • Persephone - Korē • [ lit. Persephone - ( nubile - virginal - maiden - Goddess of Spring's Beauty ].
Περσεφονη does not become Kόρη nor Kόρη become Περσεφονη. Upon espousal to Hades, - abduction or not - [ Sparta bride nuptial capture custom ], Περσεφονη is thereby endowed, [ dowry ], with the new Diety Domain Epitaph of; Περσεφονη - Queen of the Underworld.
Κόρη Korê • remained in use throughout Hellenic history.
Latin is a SOV language, right? So, "Corinna puella est" would be a more usual order, I think. I'm dragging my stupid brain back to high school Latin, though, so I might be wrong!
No, they're all expressed the same way (so we accept answers with any of them that fit the English sentence).