"This is the photo of my parents."
Translation:Đây là ảnh của bố mẹ của tôi.
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In written English it is made clear with a possessive apostrophe:
"This is a photo of my parents." = Both of my parents are in this photo.
"This is a photo of my parents'." = This photo belongs to my parents. Of course, this meaning would more naturally and regularly be expressed using the form "This is my parents' photo", which has the audible ambiguity of being possessed by one or both parents, but it is also unusual to refer to a singular parent with the word "parent".