Better on typed input, but changed nuance between distinguishing “one’s grandmother” 「おばあさん」(Obaasan) from “my grandmother” 「祖母」(Sobo).
So from switching Japanese to English and back, I got “Anata no sobo” - Lit. “Your (my) grandmother”; and from my understanding, it would be p rude to call someone else’s grandma soba? I haven’t been able to tell if obaasan is more polite and soba is more casual within family, or some other hierarchy structure.
So I guess... have at least a novice level knowledge of words/culture before using a translator or dictionary? 😳
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