The audio stress "invénit" which means "found" (perfect), non "finds" (present), that would be "ìnvenit" (stressed on the first syllable)
why callida can´t be an adjective for "inscriptionem"
callida doesn't match in case with inscriptionem. It would have to be callidam.
Callida matches with Corinna, of course, not with the inscription.
Because it would be "callidam" in that case (accusative)
I put, "the inscription" and was marked wrong. Shouldn't "the inscription" be acceptable? If not, why not?
Both an and the are already in the database. You probably had an error somewhere else.
It just failed me for missing 1 n in corinna, I spelled it corina.