It is more naturally translated "Do you have any other questions?".
其 (qí) = his/her/that/such
他 (tā) = he/other/another
其他 (qítā) = other/else/the rest
问 (wèn) = to ask
题 (tí) = topic/problem/exam question
问题 (wèntí) = question/problem/issue/topic
问题 can also mean problems or issues, not just questions. It's quite commonly used so the answers should reflect that.
Could this also mean "Do you have another question"? (or is 其他 only used with plural nouns?)
I think it could be either. 其他 means "other".
Report it! Maybe DL hasn't saved this alternate answer on its database.
Are 其他人 and 别人 the same?
"have you other questions" not accepted. I still don't understand Duo's obsession with "Do you have" when "have you" works just as well!
"have you any other questions?" Should be acceptable but is marked wrong. Reported 02 Jun 21.
what other questions do you have?
'Have you any other questions' was not accepted.