Why not 'How many bakers are making bread'?
Shouldn't it be 'How many bread do bakers make?' Isn't it a question about the quantity of bread and not the quantity of bakers?
I think the same as you. Could someone help us here? Thanks
Methinks quot always refers to the subject. Panem is clearly the object. Just a guess, though. :)
once you've read the hunger games panem means something V E R Y different...
I was confused here by whether "quot" referred to the subject (bakers) or the object (bread), and ended up writing "How much bread do the bakers make"? Does quot only apply to subjects? If so, what would I use for the object?
I'm not certain but I believe quantus might be needed in that case.
Whag would be the plural of Panis?
I first answered "how many bakers make A bread", which should be accepted, as bread can be both specific and unspecific (forgive the non-grammar lingo. It's been a while..)
No, we don't say a bread in English. That sounds very wrong.
How high does a bread cost if there are many bakers to do !