Duo accepts Multi discipuli magistrum habent (10 Jan 2020).
It also accepted "multi discipuli magistram habent" but told me I had a typo and should have written "Multi discipuli magistra habent." But wouldn't "magistra" need to be in the accusative? (May 7, 2020)
same thing happened to me (aug 23, 2021)
Same issue unresolved (Dec. 30, 2021)
Same issue unresolved January 16, 2022
Can a student be a student without a teacher?
Isn't that many female students? Please add a gender mark or something similar.
Was multi discipuli for many students not accepted?
Student has no gender in English, and translating into the Latin should allow discipulae or discipuli. If it doesn't just report it.
Similarly, teacher can be magister or magistra.
“Multi discipuli magistram habent” should be accepted as correct translation of “Many students have a teacher”.
magistram = accusative...??
Yes, magistram is accusative.
I put "Multi discipuli magistram habent". Why does Duo say that it is a typo for "... magistra habent". Shouldn't it be accusative?
"multae discipulae magistram habent" - shouldn't magistram be in the accusative?
Yes, it should be the accusative magistram.
Did it suggest you should have used "magistra"?