I'm not fully sure what the meaning of certo is in this sentence.
Does it mean 'a man that is sure of himself watches' or 'a specific man watches'?
"Certo" is one of those adjectives that change meaning with position; "un uomo certo" could be a man that is sure of himself, but "un certo uomo" is "some man" you don't know or don't want to mention.
Yeah kind of like saying "a particular man"
ayyyyyy .... heartbroken .... because I answered "a sure man watches". Why is that wrong?
Why not "A certain person watches." ? 'Human being' was given as one of the meanings of uomo.