May someone explain what are the differences between quot vs quanti in context to this sentence?
We're all aware of the audio. Please report audio errors in the sentence discussions.
It is not the audio as such it is the man's diction, as mentioned above. The beginnings of words are often so slurred they are impossible to make out.
"Docetis" is second person plural. There's no reason for this to be plural. The second person plural as a "formal" attribution was not present in Latin.
Fair. It does seem rarer than it needs to be, and I worry that people coming from descendant Romance languages might confuse it for the (developed later) formal.
How many girls do you (all/pl.) teach would make this clearer.