What is the Flemish translation for Grandma and Grandpa?
"oma" and "opa", respectively although the formal way is "grootmoeder" and "grootvader"
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I think it should be grandma and grandpa because a noun is a PERSON (or people), place or thing. Hope it helped :) In your sentence, Grandma and Grandpa are both proper nouns. Tune is also a noun. Those are the only nouns in your sentence, therefore, your only choices. If you choose Grandma you have to choose Grandpa too because they form the compound subject; you can't have one without the other. Tune is…
Nona and Nono are Italian equivalents of the English words "Grandma" and "Grandpa." Specifically, the feminine noun nona is a shortened form of nonna, which means "grandmother." The masculine noun nono likewise is a shortened form of nonno, which means "grandfather." The respective pronunciations are "NOH-nah" and "NOH-noh."