I thought this means "How am I"?
Nope, in this context, habeo is translated literally: the 1st person singular of "to have".
Think the problem is that this is in 'Greetings'. What do I have is a strange greeting but we've been asking how is x doing over and over.
I think duolingo has this one wrong
num quis ego sum.
"Quid habeo in sinus meus?"
What is sinus in latin?
Which part of speech is 'habeo'