For an alternate English translation" "How many dozen eggs? One dozen." Colloquial, but common :)
UK native speakers would usually say "How many dozen". It is just as common to say "one dozen" as "a dozen".
We need to be able to report the poor English, because getting Indonesian lessons wrong because we use "normal" English is a bit ridiculous.
I agree with the sentiments expressed above and also with the other comments. No native English speaker would say, 'how many dozens of eggs'. I find it particularly aggravating that I have to repeat many times all these incorrect English sentences. I cannot complete some of the exercises because I refuse to say, 'his hats are ten', instead of, 'he has ten hats', or whatever the noun is.
I too am getting frustrated with not be able to pass lessons because of the English tense I use. It was fun at first, but now it is getting tiring. Please find a way to add all tenses in the English phrases.
I put one instead of a and it marked me wrong and caused me to lose my test out I am so angery.