dont talk to them and ignore him =)
Your Parents and their parents and their parents and their parents...you get the idea=)
your parents : tes parents
The collective nouns for 'parents' are: an embarrassment of parents a persistence of parents
Apollo's parents are Zeus and Leto. Zeus' parents are Kronos and Rhea. Leto's parents are Coeus and Phoebe.
Mao's parents were your parents.
because parents are parents.. thats what they are..
his parents are his parents
Both are correct, but unless the word parents is meant to be emphasized, we prefer "you and your parents."
Parents' is the possessive form of parents.
"How are your parents" is the correct form.
Not necessarily. Parents have to set limits and some parents don't do enough of that.
Parents is plural, then "Do your parents allow you?" or "Your parents allow you" If used in the singular form: "Does your parent allow you?" or "Your parent allows you"
The possessive form for the plural noun parents is parents'. Example: My parents' house is nicely landscaped. (the house of my parents)
Parents in French is mes aieulx (my parents) or les aieulx (parents). (sometimes there are diareses on the i : ï). parents is 'family'. Aïeux is used in the sense of forefathers, while in everyday language it is simply "mes parents" for my parents.
yes many colonial tailors were trained by there parents and their parents were taught by their parents