Foreign Titles for The Last Jedi Finally Settle the “Singular or Plural” Debate

At last, Disney has put the galaxy’s largest “singular or plural?” question to rest. On Friday we got our answer, thanks to the official French Star Wars Twitter, which divulged the French title of the film:
Les Derniers Jedi uses the plural form of “Last,” making it indisputable: The Last Jedi definitely refers to multiple Jedi. In January, the studio revealed that the title of Star Wars: Episode VIII would be The Last Jedi, sparking a debate (à la The Last Samurai) about whether the word Jedi is meant to be singular or plural in this instance. We may have to wait until Dec. 15 to know for sure. Other offical foreign accounts soon also posted titles in their languages, all using plural pronouns, in case there was any remaining doubt. Will Kylo Ren, who once trained as a Jedi, return to the Light side? Just Luke, the only Jedi we know is left alive, and Rey, who we can assume will become his pupil? Now the question we’re left with is: Who are the last Jedi? Are there more? Does the title also refer to Finn, who showed some signs that he might be Force sensitive?