"How many students do you have?"
Translation:Quot discipulos habetis?
Maybe my brain is getting blurry because I’m also doing French with Duo, but just as you sometimes indicate you want the feminine form, it would be useful to know if you’re looking for the plural "you". In this sentence "one teacher + students" sounds more likely than "many teachers + students"
Edit: I suppose the clue is in the name of the exercise!
Is there a way to ask for the total number of pupils a teacher has (male and female)?
I ask because in English this same question is understood in this way: "How many male and female students do you have?". But the translation that Duolingo indicates discriminates against male students, and I think that what was intended to be asked in the translation is a bit lost.
Thank you in advance.